The Deng Ater foundation is a publicly registered, US based 501c3 Non-Profit Organization.
We are registered as an indigenous Non Governmental Organization with the Government of Southern Sudan and the South Sudan Relief & Rehabilitation Commission.
Our mission is to provide the opportunity of an education to disadvantaged children by building sustainable primary and secondary schools throughout southern Sudan.
Private contributions comprise a large portion of our annual budget and our work to build schools within the war-torn communities of southern Sudan would not be possible without your generous support.
If you prefer to make your tax deductible donation by check or money order, please make it payable to:
Deng Ater Foundation - Lost Boys Schools for Sudan: and mail it to: Deng Ater Foundation - P.O. Box 14691 - Tucson, Arizona. 85732-4691 - U.S.A.
You may also make your tax deductible donation securely online one time, or as a recurring gift, through the link below with a credit or debit card.
All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
$25,000 - Ships 1 container filled with school supplies or building materials from the US to southern Sudan.
$15,000 - Drills 1 borehole and buys 1 hand well-pump, that supplies 1 village with clean drinking water reducing diseases associated with contaminated water.
$10,000 - Builds 1 classroom for 45 students in a primary or secondary school.
$7,500 - Provides 1 grinding mill for local women to grind sorghum and millets, will free up young girls to attend school, and will provide the opportunity to start a micro business..
$5,000 - Provides training, salary and support for 1 teacher for 1 school year.
$2,500 - Provides 5 computers for 1 classroom.
$1,500 - Provides 1 brick-making machine to make low cost stabilized soil blocks from soil and cement, will employ local men during the schools construction and will provide the opportunity to start a micro business.
$1,000 - Provides 5 sewing machines for local women to sew school uniforms, will free up young girls to attend school, and will provide the opportunity to start a micro business.
$750 - Provides 1 oil-press machine for local men or women to create cooking oil from sunflower and sesame seeds, and will provide the opportunity to start a micro business.
$500 - Provides 1 solar panel to power 1 classroom.
$250 - Provides school supplies for 250 students for 6 months.
$200 - Provides 2 micro-irrigation water pumps used for small-scale commercial farming for local men or women, and will provide the opportunity to start a micro business.
$150 - Provides 1 teacher’s salary for 1 month.
$125 - Provides 5 school uniforms.
$100 - Provides 1 student’s tuition for an entire school year.
$75 - Provides 2 wooden desks that seats 2-to-4 students each.
$50 - Provides 1 backpack for 1 child with school supplies for 1 school year.
$35 - Provides medicine for 1 student for 1 school year.
$25 - Provides 12 children with 1 school lunch per day for 1 school year.