ProWorld

Donors
ProWorld employs a development model which functions almost entirely on participants’ paid tuitions.  This gives us great flexibility in our project selection and execution, allows us to work based on community need, and eliminates third party influence.  The challenge is that we have to support a multinational organization using these same funds. Donors help to make our work easier. The ProWorld Fund allows individuals, families, corporations, and non-profit organizations to donate directly to our and participants’ efforts and to make a difference in the lives of the members of our host communities.
 
The Fund is a separate registered 501 c(3) entity created to further support the project efforts of the in-country non profit organizations ProBelize, ProMexico and ProPeru. The ProWorld Fund raises funds that are sent directly to onsite projects.
 
Donation Options
1. Projects
The ProWorld Fund is the primary supporter of multiple ongoing development projects in our host communities. Project donors receive periodic updates of the project status and have their names engraved on the plaque commemorating the project.

Major project contributions can be made for the following sustainable projects
- Integrated Learning Library
- Build a School Project
- Women's Center
- Maintain and Protect Endangered Forests
 
2. Scholarships
The ProWorld Fund enables interested parties to establish scholarship funds for qualifying students interested in participating in a ProWorld program. Each scholarship fund bears the name of its donor and awards student scholarships based on the needs and merits defined by each donor.

3. General Fund
Donations made to the general fund will be used either for projects or student scholarships. Scholarships given from the general fund are based on financial need and short essays submitted by interested students.


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