Tomorrow's EDGE/ Tomorrow’ Edge 2014 Program

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This year, internships, awards, and travel opportunities for students

Phase Updates

Tomorrow’s Edge Update: Students Succeeding in Other Countries

Our student program also extends to the youth in other countries. This week our work on the 2014 Kenya Educational Assessment Trip included the help of three youth for our workshops. These three involved youth are individuals who ABW helped receive an education.  They have been with us for 3 days working with the teachers by introducing

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Co-Founder Committed to Empowering Students: Lacombe Globe Story

Friends and family members gathered at the Lacombe Memorial Centre last weekend to celebrate Eric Rajah, an incredible humanitarian who was recently awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Andrews University in Michigan. Rajah was recognized for his work with the organization he founded called A Better World, which funds agriculture, education and health

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Tomorrow’s Edge Update: Sir John Franklin High School Raises $20,000

Sir John Franklin High School in Yellowknife, NWT is beginning their second international project with A Better World. They have raised $20,000 towards a kitchen and dining hall for Simotwet School. To see more on this project, click here. Current condition of Simotwet’s kitchen that feeds about 200 children Some of Yellowknife’s students

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Tomorrow’s Edge Update: Westwood Community High School Nearing Goal of $15,000

Westwood Community High School in Fort McMurray, AB is embarking on their third international project with A Better World. They are nearing their $15,000 goal. They are considering Education and Water Projects in Kenya. To see one of their projects, click here.

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Tomorrow’s Edge Update: Sunshine Hills Elementary School Raises $25,000

Click here to see their article and learn more. An inspiring day at Sunshine Hills Elementary School. This is the 5th year in a row that the students have raised over $20,000. Today they gave me a cheque for $25,000. They had exceeded their goal by $5,000 even though the sign says 20K. These kids and their teacher Joan

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Phase at a Glance

Tomorrow’ Edge 2014 Program

$50,000 goal

$40,000 raised

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Phase Objective

Project Leader: acting as advisors for students: Rob Weich, Eric Rajah, and Dr.Cathy Wright

Major Donor: Philanthropists Cathy and Harold Roozen of Edmonton have been investing in Education and Health for Albertans for many years . Their passion to recognize and train leaders for tomorrow has helped us offer greater opportunities for students.

Other Phases

Tomorrow’s Edge 2018

  • Internship Program (filled)
  • Student Training (filled)
  • Humanitarian Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Conference

– Inviting 60 high school students for one weekend of intensive training and inspiring humanitarian leadership workshops

– Expected outcome: to give the necessary tools and inspiration needed for students to create humanitarian projects locally and globally

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Tomorrow’ Edge 2016 Program

This year: Internships and travel opportunities are being planned.

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