In the Toledo District of Belize, children yearn for grade school and high school educations.
They will do anything to learn — from going to class until 9:00 p.m. in the night high school to grade school students reading every book they can find by candlelight on the floors of their homes or huts.
But poverty prevents children from learning — they need schools, classrooms, equipment, and money to pay for just a uniform to attend school, the books they have to buy for classes, and even $1.00 for a school lunch.
That’s why we are fighting for them — we are the people who will help them get an education to change their lives forever.
The James Arthur Albert Foundation is pleased to publish our first ever “2010-2012 Foundation Report.” Beginning with the year 2013, the Foundation will be publishing an annual report to showcase the growth of our organization and projects accomplished in Belize. We believe it is important to show you, our supporters, how your money is being spent in Belize and the results of your support.
Belize Dance Marathon at Peggy’s
The Annual Belize Dance Marathon will be held from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. under the tent at Peggy's. Registration information will appear on this site in the near future.
Des Moines Belize Silent Auction
Cowles Library Reading Room on the Drake University Campus, Des Moines, Iowa. Featuring Miss Olive Woodye, who is flying up from Belize to speak and meet everyone attending. Miss Olive is the Administrator of the Albert Foundation Scholarship Program in Belize. Time: 5-8pm.
Bordering Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean sea, is the only English speaking country in Central or South America.