Some people take things day by day, but Joe Jonas takes it brick by brick. The singer recently returned from a trip to Kenya with Free the Children, and now he’s using his star-power to help build a school in Kenya.
Yesterday the Jonas Brother Tweeted:
— joe jonas (@joejonas) August 29, 2013
Jonas went to Kenya to see how the organization’s schools are “bringing sustainable change to Maasai Mara.” The singer was inspired to see how going to school helped the children “learn how to transform their life, their family and their entire community,” but was disheartened by the fact that there are still “millions of kids around the world who don't have access to education.”
So, how can you help Joe build schools brick by brick? One $20 donation “puts another brick in the wall” of a new school in Kenya. His goal is to raise $20,000 through his family’s Change for the Children Foundation in support of Free the Children. With your help, Joe will be able to build a school that will change the lives of so many children in Kenya.
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