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Help at-risk young people in Rio de Janeiro to realise their dreams
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Striving for a better future
Founded in 2016, EduMais is an NGO that provides high-quality education to underprivileged children and teenagers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Our educational programs empower at-risk young people in the Pavão-Pavãozinho and Cantagalo favelas with the skills to build a future away from poverty, violence, and drugs. All nine of these programs are free for our talented students as everyone deserves access to a good education. But to make this possible, we rely on the generosity and commitment of our wonderful donors and volunteers. Join us, and let’s transform lives together!
Due to COVID-19, our immediate concern is the health and well-being of our students and their families. The congested space of the favelas makes social distancing impossible. In addition, the economic impacts of the coronavirus are particularly severe in these communities. Many families have lost all sources of income.
To support them through this difficult time, EduMais is currently fundraising for essential food and sanitation products. For just €11, you can provide 14 non-perishable food items and 8 vital sanitation products to a family in need. Fight COVID-19 in the favelas with us today.
Students per week
Volunteers per day
Seeing the impact
Izabely, Community English Program
Andre’s mother, After-School Program
Thaís, Exchange Program
Eryc’s mother, Summer Camp Program
Pablo’s mother, Extracuricular English Program
Nicolle, Education-Based Football Program
Game Design Program, anonymous feedback
What attracts our donors
On our volunteering programs in Rio de Janeiro, they teach and share their knowledge with our children, giving the best of themselves every day.
Find out all about our free volunteering opportunities in Brazil here.
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