Join Us

Make a Donation

Choose which option works best for you.

Contribute

$ 36 / month
  • Contribute to help subsidize the small school fee that our stakeholders pay and to also “fill the gap” for those who are occasionally unable to pay due to their financial vulnerability.

One-Time Gift

any amount
  • Help with facility improvements, maintenance, technology, equipment and educational materials, developing other preschool facilities in our community.

Or Send a Check

Make checks payable to Road Works and mail to:

PO Box 1148
Dallas, OR 97338

We are a registered 501c3 non-profit in the USA. EIN 20-3868590

Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be receipted.

It is deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

Other Ways to Participate

We welcome you to join team Road Works! There are many meaningful ways to participate in teaching hope to children in rural South Africa.

Become an advocate for rural children in South Africa by:

  • Inviting your friends to a dinner party and introduce them to Road Works.
  • Sponsoring a fun event that would allow a platform for a short presentation about our work.
  • Working through your local church or community organization to provide a venue for a presentation about our work.
  • Contacting me and I’ll help you with ideas and materials.

…and sign up for our newsletter to follow us on your journey and stay posted about new developments!

or, you can:

  • Like and follow the Road Works page on Facebook. Comment and share our posts.
  • Come and volunteer with us for two weeks. We would love for you to join our staff, either on your own, or with a group of friends. Enjoy building relationships with the staff and children while you play games, do art, clean toilets, read stories, peel potatoes, dance, and play soccer.
  • Pray for courage as we always face challenges. Pray for our children to develop into their full God-given potential, and pray for our staff who do the hard work.
Letting Go: What South Africa, Poverty and Two Orphans Taught Me

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