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Andrew Woinarski School Foundation

"A school is a building that has four walls with tomorrow inside" ~ Lon Watters

The Andrew Woinarski School Foundation was established towards the end of 2006 shortly after the sudden loss of a vibrant young man, Andrew Woinarski.

For anyone fortunate enough to have known Andrew, would know that he not only adored life but absolutely adored children. After Andrew died, it seemed only natural to set up a Foundation in his name that worked with different children's charities across Asia.
The goal of the Foundation is rather simple, yet hopefully very effective - to raise monies to help build schools for younger children living in remote and under-developed areas across Asia. Our hope is that by opening a door to education for these forgotten children we are helping open a larger door to a future where these children have the knowledge and self-confidence to make their own choices and changes.
To date with the help of a wonderful charity called Child's Dream the Foundation have funded 10 schools which provide education nearly 1,500 students. The schools are located in Thailand, Cambodia, Lao and Myanmar.
It is our goal to build at least one new school every year. Your generosity and support to our vision is beyond appreciated and will help change the lives of many children that would normally not have any access to an education. And in the process, we are fortunate enough to be able to honour a wonderful man loved and cherished by so many.

"These children have no voice in our society. So please help us give them a brighter future and a life worth living"



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