Opening of the Midwestern African Museum of Art, Culture and Resource Center (MAMA), Oct. 16, 2016, Lincoln, Nebraska. Former Malawi President Dr. Joyce Banda, Dr. Natalie Hahn, Henry Kogera and Aileen Kogera.
Malaika continues to bring global education resources and opportunities to Nebraska schools, universities and communities including recognition for Nebraska heritage and history. Your gift will enhance global education for Nebraska students and faculty.
A contribution of $500 to assist in providing a Global Education Fellowship for an undergraduate student.
Please specify the college/university for this donation.
A contribution of $250 to award a high school student for a winning essay on "Listen to the Land" documenting family or community heritage and history. The program is managed by the Museum of Nebraska Art.
A contribution of $100 will link a Nebraska School with a Global Traveler for one semester. You can specify your favorite school for this program organized by "Reach the World".
Please provide name and address of school
A contribution of $50 provides global education books, including a subscription to "National Geographic Magazine", for your favorite school library.
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A gift of your choice to support Global Education for Nebraska Teachers and Students. You may wish to specify a preferred school for your support and honor a favorite teacher. Please provide the name of the favorite teacher and school to be honored.
We invite you to honor your home town school or a favorite teacher and ensure a global perspective in Nebraska Schools. Specify the name of the school or teacher and if you wish Malaika to inform the school and teacher of your gift.
We appreciate your contribution.
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The Malaika Foundation
3901 South 27th Street, Unit 15
Lincoln, NE 68502
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