Bridging the digital divide with tools of technology
education program

Children are our future. According to UNESCO Institute of Statistics (UIS), approximately 264 million children and youth across the globe do not attend school. This includes 61 million children of primary school age, 60 million secondary school age, and 142 million upper secondary school age. This total is equivalent to a quarter of the population of Europe.

Key factors leading to a barrier in access to education include:

  • Gender Inequality
    Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school
  • Conflict
    Children and youth living in conflict-affected areas (i.e. Political strife) have limited access to education if they have access at all.
  • Cost
    Barriers to upper secondary education are often based on the fact that it is not compulsory, while lower secondary and primary are compulsory in nearly every country. Additionally, the youth that is of secondary age are also of legal working age. Many are forced to work or go to school and work to help provide for their families.
You will aid in breaking the cycle of poverty by
empowering students to access information,
engage with educational resources, and develop
digital literacy skills essential for the modern world.
Help us in providing laptops, printers,
monitors and sewing machines.
  • $50
  • $75
  • $125
  • $250
Ways to give
Other ways to give
Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program
Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program
You can now link Promise Hill Project's Good Neighbor account number (14297) to your individual Tom Thumb Loyalty account using the Customer Add/Delete form.
Tom Thumb Reward for Donation

Once your information is linked to Promise Hill Project, your purchases will be recorded automatically to Promise Hill Project's Good Neighbor account. Tom Thumb will keep a running total, and each calendar quarter, Tom Thumb will send Promise Hill Project a check for one percent of the total amount.

You can have up to three organizations linked to your Tom Thumb Loyalty account. The amount directed to Promise Hill Project is based on the total number of organizations linked to each Loyalty account in a household.

Kroger Community Rewards Program
kroger community rewards
Easily enroll your Kroger’s Plus Shopper’s card into the Kroger Community Rewards program at their secure website krogercommunityrewards.com and start earning donations for Promise Hill Project!
Sign in to your digital account, search for Promise Hill Project, select our name and click "Save".
Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you.
Kroger donates annually to participating organizations based on your percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending associated with all participating Kroger Community Rewards organizations.
link your shopper's card
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