Contributions of any kind are greatly valued and appreciated! What can your donation support? Learn here. Term 1 (begins April and May depending on the student) has now been covered and we are working on raising tuition funds for Term 2 (starting in June). As of 4/7/21, another $1,700 will still be needed to cover tuition costs.
Please note, while donations will be used towards the achievement of our charitable mission, US OCRE is NOT a 501c3 organization and your contribution is not tax deductible (more info).
If you are able to make a donation today, please indicate in the note field during the donation process whether you prefer to remain anonymous.
Please contact me if you have questions (email@example.com). Many thanks for your support! - Peter
And whoever shall give to drink to one of these little ones in the name of a disciple, truly I say to you, he shall certainly not lose his reward.
100% of the resources donated to this fund will be used to directly support services to the children and people of the Arua district in Uganda.
Contributing funds via this button will help to ensure the future sustainability for this effort by supporting the administrative costs of running US OCRE.
Administrative costs include out of pocket costs (business registration, social media advertising, wire transfers, etc.) as well as the director's time. There is no separate source of funding supporting Peter's costs for this area. A running total of expenses can be found here
Financial donations can also be made via check to US OCRE and mailed to US OCRE, c/o Peter Antal, PO Box 201, Bradford, NH 03221. Indicate in the memo field which of the funds you would like to contribute to and/or percent distribution for each if appropriate. [OCRE Services / Administrative Costs]
Time and other donations in the form of joining our email list, sharing our website on social media, suggestions for website improvement or outreach, agreeing to run a fundraiser on our behalf, supporting organizational collaborations that will benefit those served (and any other ideas you have!) are welcome. Please share your thoughts on the Get Involved page.