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Developing and Transforming Lives Through International - Cross Cultural, Educational and Unforgettable Journeys.

Educating Youth Abroad (EYA), INC. Tax ID 27-2420932



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 Educating Youth Abroad (EYA), Inc. a youth travel organization, is embarking on a major project that will enhance the lives of Metro Atlanta youth and surrounding counties.  The project titled “On The Move” - Ghana Africa 2014, will be an opportunity to take a group of youth ages 13-18 on an international, cross-cultural educational and unforgettable journey that will propel and motivate them to EXPLORE, PARTAKE, and SUCCEED in all that they are destined to accomplish in their lives not just on a local scale, but globally as well.  This international excursion will provide knowledge, exposure, awareness, community service and compassion that will assist them in being positive, influential leaders of the next generation.

In addition, EYA youth and parents are fundraising to collect 1800 pair of flip flops for the local villages and schools throughout Ghana. We will Paint local classrooms, teach how to plant a garden, assist with building.  We are knocking on corporation doors asking for support. Selling donuts, and reaching out to our local Mayor and Councilman for support.  We are making loud noises all over to enlighten everyone of the great work EYA is doing in the community.

We are sharing this information and opportunity with you as we would like for you to become one of our dedicated sponsors dead set on making this trip a success. 

Below you will find the details of “On the Move to” Ghana Africa 2014.

Excursion Name: “On the Move to” Ghana Africa 2014

Excursion Theme: Explore, Partake, Succeed

Destination: Ghana, Boswire, Accra, Cape Coast, Kumasi, and Seniaja-Effiduase

Dates: April 3-12 2014

Number of Youth: 12

Number of Chaperones: 7

Total Cost for Each: $4,365.00



EYA youth has shown great commitment, to desperately take this trip.

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