SHARE founder Shannon McNamara, along with two other recipients from China and South Korea, were honored by the United Nations for "significant contributions to humanitarian goals" at the Youth Ach
With great excitement, the SHARE Pen Pal Letter Program was launched in March 2010.
SHARE saw an important need at the Hekima Girls' Secondary School in Bukoba, Tanzania, and fulfilled that need by providing the 470 students with a new dining hall.
We have provided over 1,000 SHARE t-shirts to girls in our programs in schools throughout Tanzania.
Christopher McNamara organized a SHARE Supply Drive at Markel Corporation in Redbank, New Jersey.
300 teachers and parents in Tanzania now have glasses!
Tanzania suffers from a widespread shortage of reading glasses.
Girls who attend primary school in Bukoba, Tanzania, struggle to become literate.
Many studies link teachers' own education and training levels with enrollment and attainment, especially among girls.
Thousands of SHARE volunteers in American have helped collect, sort, label, and box donated children’s books and school supplies for the SHARE libraries. As news of SHARE spreads, volunteers aroun
Opened in July 2008, this is SHARE’s inaugural library. SHARE completely renovated a dilapidated classroom to house the library and the SHARE program.
Kagemu Secondary School in Tanzania has 900 students and teachers, but before SHARE, there was no school library! In July 2009, SHARE renovated a classroom and equipped it with thousands of books
SHARE transformed a room that was being used as a grainery into a state-of-the-art library for the Hekima Girls' Secondary School. There are 460 students, and approximately 15 staff members and te
SHARE in Africa has donated science books and school supplies to the school library at the Kajificheni Primary School in Zanzibar in 2009 and 2010. Farashuu H.
SHARE has donated hundreds of children's books and school supplies in recent years to the new library at a feeding center in Malawi.
Thanks to Nate Berkus for launching SHARE's pilot electronic reader initiative by donating 10 brand-new SONY E-Readers!