The foundation’s primary mission is to promote student retention. Also, it is committed to giving back to developing countries, specifically where the network is present, by focusing on children’s literacy.
Thus, the funds will come from various sources such as fundraisings from student projects throughout the 22 campuses, corporate donations, contributions from members of the network, student dues and other voluntary donations. “I am very proud to be a part of this great adventure, its cause being very much in accordance with my values, and I am excited to see the projects become a reality,” stated Ms. Sandra Parker, Director of Philanthropic Development.
Getting involved within the foundation means contributing to making education accessible and reinforcing social conscience. Would you like to give back to the community by organizing a fundraising project or event? Are you an LCI Education network student, teacher or graduate? The LCI Education Foundation is here to enable you to grow as world citizens.
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