Our Impact

To some it is just a uniform. To us it is a powerful agent of change.

Megan Kelly & Jessica Roy

Projects completed

129

Children reached in 2021

17,491

Uniforms provided

105,049

With your help, our numbers can keep growing. Give monthly through our Honor Roll program to ensures a lasting impact on our children, tailors, and communities.

Children

260 million children are not enrolled in school right now. Together we can change that with a simple school uniform.

In too many communities around the world, children are being left behind because they lack the basic resources needed to attend school.

When a child is in school, exposure to risks such as gang recruitment, kidnapping, child labor and trafficking are reduced. The ripple effect is clear. Receiving a school uniform changes a child’s life forever.

Schools or communities that received uniforms have seen a dramatic increase in daily attendance rates and decreased dropout rates. In Cambodia, uniform distribution helped the daily absentee rate decrease from 20% down to 6%; and reduced the drop-out rate from 4.5% to 2%.

Children in the proper school uniform do not fear being sent home and therefore are more likely to engage with their teachers and peers.

More engaged students = better learners.

Tailors

All of our uniforms are made by local tailors, earning fair wages. That means more jobs and opportunity in the communities we serve, especially for women.

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In Nairobi, Kenya, the women who work for Halisi Creative Designs earn $5-8 a day, well above the area’s average of $1-2 a day.

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In Kisumu, Kenya, Faith Tailoring Center hires local women and gives them their own sewing machines, enabling them to start their own business after completing training.

Schools

Our “Parent Contribution Fund” gives parents ownership in their child’s education while creating safer, cleaner, more technologically up to date schools.

At the time of uniform distribution, parents who are able, contribute $1-3. Once the funds have been collected, parents along with oversight from school leaders and our Partner organization, vote on how to allocate the funds to make improvements to the school.

Cambodia

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Past projects include new latrines, installing electricity, laying gravel, constructing a hygienic trash pit, and fencing to separate school yard from unsanitary water.

Haiti

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Past projects include new latrines, installing electricity, laying gravel, constructing a hygienic trash pit, and fencing to separate school yard from unsanitary water.

To some it is just a uniform. To us it is a powerful agent of change.