ABOUT US

With a pencil in one hand and a paper in the other of a child, the possibilities are endless. They can dream of anything. Just a little can ignite a spark, a flame that can change the world. Pass the flame to them through a small gift of a pencil and paper. Something as small and cheap as a pencil that we take for granted, that child sees it as a tool to complete their education. Let us pass the flame to the next generation.

OUR MISSION

The mission for this project is to give the proper education to children who don't have the correct means to get it by providing them with school supplies. We plan to send the items over, distribute them to the kids, get to know them, let them know about the saving grace of Christ and that they are truly loved. We believe that education is a right, not a privilege. So help us pass the flame to the next generation to become doctors, artists, nurses, lawyers, dancers, singers. Lifesavers.

OUR STORY

2012
2015
The Beginning
After 12 years, Pastor George Gardea went back to his home country, Liberia. there he saw how the war he and his family escaped from, had devastated his home.
2016
2020
THE FUTURE
Countries United
A year after the first trip was made to Liberia, Janjay Gardea, the third daughter of Pastor George and Minister Doris Gardea started a club in her school called Countries United in order to help obtain supplies for the MARDEC Educational Project.

Future Change

MARDEC
After hearing about the condition Liberia was in, Minister Doris Gardea answered the call by accumulating school supplies to give to the children in Liberia when she had the chance to go back after 17 years.
2012
Future Change
After MARDEC and Counties United went dormant, Praise and Janjay knew that the issue of education in Liberia was still fresh in their minds, so they merged the two projects into one and legalized Future Change.
What Comes Next
Right now, Future Change hopes to help as many students areoung the world as possible to obtain quality education starting with Liberia.
They Are Not Forgotten.

INFOGRAPHIC

POPULATION
CHILDREN MISSING SCHOOL
EXCHANGE RATE
LITERACY