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$3 – 3 Ways to Help CHI – Just a few small things you can do right now to help us out. Make a $3 donation, become an Education Ambassador, and invite three of your friends to do the same. This goes way further than you would think!

$30 – Dressed for Success – Just $30 will provide a new uniform and shoes for a child to attend school.

$50 – Read to Succeed – Your donation of just $50 will provide a child with all the textbooks they need for an entire year.

$120 – Food for Thought – Who can concentrate on learning when they have an empty stomach. Your simple donation of $120 will provide an entire classroom of children with lunch for a whole month.

$250 – Merit-Based Scholarship – Your generous contribution of $250 will go directly to helping a well-deserving Sonoma County high school student participate in our CHI Summer Abroad Program.

$750 – The Gift of Education – There is nothing more rewarding than seeing the smile on a child’s face when they know they will be attending school. Your generous contribution of $750 will cover one full year of tuition, exam fees, boarding, food, uniform, shoes, textbooks, and other school essentials. Help ensure a brighter future for a child today!

$2,700 – Partial CHI Summer Abroad Scholarship – CHI will be offering financial need-based scholarships for our upcoming CHI Summer Abroad program. With a generous contribution of $2,700, you can help send a socio-economically disadvantaged Sonoma County high school student to CHI Academy in Kenya this summer.

$5,400 – CHI Summer Abroad Full Scholarship – Help make a local Sonoma County high school student's dream a reality by giving them a scholarship. Your very generous donation of $5,400 will go directly to supporting a student in Sonoma County applying for the CHI Summer Abroad program. This will include round-trip airfare, student housing, three meals a day, on-site lectures and project participation, excursions and other field trips.