You can help launch a computer program at NKMB’s partner school in Nicaragua

Just $30 helps one boy or girl learn how to use a computer—and includes everything needed to run the program

For the last few years, the NKMB community has helped the MLK School in Nicaragua build new classrooms and double in size. 


That means, thanks to your generosity, twice as many children have the chance to build a better life and be introduced to the life-changing love of God.


NOW, THE MLK SCHOOL IS LAUNCHING A COMPUTER PROGRAM—AND THEY NEED OUR HELP. 


Less than 2% of kids and families in the community have a computer at home. But without knowing how to use one, it's very hard to get a job after high school. 


The total cost of the project is $15,000. That’s only $30 per child per year to develop their computer skills—and includes everything needed to run the program.


That means…

  • Your gift of $30 will help 1 child learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $60 will help 2 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $120 will help 4 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $240 will help 8 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $480 will help 16 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $960 will help 32 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $1,920 will help 64 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $3,000 will help 100 children learn how to use a computer

  • Your gift of $6,000 will help 200 children learn how to use a computer

 

Your caring gift of any amount will join with the gifts of your fellow NKMB community members to help more than 500 children in the community build a better future for themselves and their family. 


Together as a church, we can do so much to help children be introduced to the love of Christ and develop their God-given skills and talents. 


Thank you for everything you’ve done already!


If you want to help, click below and select "Generation Rising Project" or enter "Generation Rising Project" in the memo line of your e-transfer.