Chick-fil-A operators began a partnership with Schools for Niger, Africa by hosting the first annual charity dodgeball tournament in Richmond, VA. In 2008, Atlanta Chick-fil-A joined in the effort by hosting their own successful sport tournaments. Chick-fil-A Connect Race and Chick-fil-A Charity Golf Challenge are now part of the Schools for Niger, Africa family.
For many children in this fourth world nation, education is considered a luxury and is not easily accessible. Even if a child is able to attend an elementary school, the opportunity to continue on to middle and high school is very limited. Higher quality education may offer students greater hope for vocational options to help or inspiration to become future influential leaders in their own country. Schools for Niger, Africa is working diligently to provide excellent and affordable K-12 Christian schools for every family in Niger.
We believe providing a Christian education for future leaders of Niger will have a profound impact on this nation. Schools for Niger, Africa exists to build Christ-centered schools which teach the gospel of Jesus Christ and produce Christian leaders.
SFNA is under the umbrella of Effective Ministries, Inc.
Effective Ministries, Inc. (EMI) is a registered non-profit created to partner with other non-profit organizations working in Niger, Africa by empowering them to become more effective in their respective ministries. EMI manages LINK Missions and LiveTen24 and has three main emphases in Niger; sending out mission teams, LiveTen24, and Schools for Niger, Africa. Our mission is to serve God through strategic partnerships with like-minded individuals and organizations focused on building a stronger presence of the ministry and gospel of Jesus Christ in the nation of Niger.
Effective Ministries, Inc. (EMI) is a registered 501 [c] non-profit [Tax ID# 20-0040501]