The Nobelity Project‘s work at St. Joseph Mahiga Primary School in rural Kenya has already resulted in clean drinking water and electricity, a computer lab and new classrooms.
Enrollment is up and water-borne illnesses are down. And Mahiga Primary is now the highest rated school in the district!
But education shouldn’t end at the 8th grade.
With no secondary school in the area, a complete education for 700 kids in the community depends upon The Nobelity Project‘s commitment to build Mahiga Hope High School.
These kids are ready and eager to learn. Let’s open the door to a better future for them and their community!
Nike and Architecture for Humanity join the team!
Nike has announced our Rainwater Court as a winner of the international GameChangers design competition.
The Mahiga Hope RainCourt and Community Center
Thanks to Dick Clark Architecture for the design work
Architecture for Humanity will oversee construction at Mahiga of the world’s first “net-positive” basketball court that will also collect and purify drinking water for the school, serve as an outdoor classroom, a community meeting space and more.
This is a great beginning, but to build the rest of the high school
we need your help.
Annie Nelson, Turk Pipkin, Willie Nelson, Christy Pipkin
The Willie Challenge!
To build twelve classrooms, a library, and computer and science labs.
Willie Nelson is once again lending his hand to our efforts. Take the Willie Challenge and make a tax-deductible contribution to make this wonderful school a reality!
• Every $100 donation receives a copy of Turk and Willie’s NY Times bestseller
The Tao of Willie signed by Turk
• Every $500 donation receives a copy of The Tao of Willie signed by Willie too!
• Every $5,000 donation receives signed book AND your name on the door of a classroom
Or mail your donation to:
The Nobelity Project P.O. Box 161925 Austin, TX 78716
Looking forward to Mahiga Hope High School
Turk plays ball at Mahiga
The Nobelity Project wishes to thank AMD, 50×15.org, and the Dell Foundation for their ongoing support of their digital learning programs.