Zamar Academy was limited in its rented space for grades pre-k - 6. To acquire accreditation and provide a complete education through high school, the needed land was purchased to build a two-story school with 10 classrooms on the first floor, and two additional classrooms, laboratory, and library on the second floor. The dedication took place October, 2013.
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Regina and Samson are the founders and directors of Zamar Academy, a free English Medium School for marginalized and profoundly impoverished children. Regina’s father died and her mother put the five children in a home. Regina’s sponsor mother insisted on furthering her education. So now, as an adult, her passion is to educate impoverished children.
Last Coconut Foundation procured all furniture for Phase 1 of the new school facility.
100% of every dollar donated to LCF goes to providing a pathway for the forgotten
No donor tax-deductible contributions are applied to administrative costs or expenses. LCF funds are expended to help the forgotten only after careful vetting including on-site visits, as required, so as to assure proper application of funds.
The Path Ahead
Last Coconut Foundation is a registered 501 (c)(3) charitable organization.
Funding Needed for 2016/2017
Zamar Academy - English Medium School
Fulfill commitment to furnish the new addition $27,500
CCTV Unit (16 cameras for security - new government regulation)
Library Books (3 - 17 years)
UPDATE ALERT 2013/2015:
1. Furniture purchased for 1st building phase
2. Computer Lab
30 state of the art computers
3. Reverse osmosis water system purchased for pure drinking water!