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Do your little bits of good where you are; it's those little bits of good that overwhelm the world. – Desmond Tutu

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Via Credit Card, Debit Card, or PayPal

Donate with Confidence—Safe, Secure, & Quick. Your tax-deductible donation will provide immediate impact in building the Academy and strengthening the lives of it’s students.

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Sister Jane Mankaa Memorial Fund

Commemorate the legacy of Sister Jane Mankaa, Founder of Good Shepherd Academy. Sister Jane’s unwavering faith in God, love for her children, and vision of excellence for all children of Cameroon have been a hallmark of her life-changing ministry.

Look for the announcement in January!

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Give Monthly for Ongoing Impact. A steady stream of donations allows Imagining Tomorrow to plan ahead and respond to current needs.

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Shop Our Gift Catalog

Give chicks, textbooks, or computers and more today. Support a child's education and future now.

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Prefer to donate by mail? We've got you covered.

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Plan Your Legacy

Increase Your Impact Today and Tomorrow.

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Your gift can change a life. Your company’s matching gift can change another.

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Honor a loved one’s milestone, wedding or birthday with a donation in their name to help educate a child.

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Share your shares today. A gift of stock can reduce your tax burden and help educate a child.

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Honor a departed loved one. Give the Gift of Education.

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IRAAre you 72 or Older?

Reap the Benefits of IRA, Required Minimum Distribution Giving.

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The Reverend John Rankin Fund has been established to help pay the salary of Jane Mankaa Good Shepherd Academy Guard House security guards who will protect our students.

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