BRIDGING GAPS IN EDUCATION
AT HOME AND ABROAD
The Nobelity Project focuses on educational and environmental progress in East Africa, Latin America and at home in Central Texas.
Our vision is simple: every child has the right
to a quality education.
Our mission is direct: we bridge gaps in education so each child has a ladder to success in school and in life.
Our commitment to you is clear: your support is used in the best possible way to build a brighter future for 15,000 children every year.
Since 2005, The Nobelity Project has worked with communities in need, primarily in rural Kenya, to deliver on that promise. We invite you to be a part of these community's futures.
Whether it's building new classrooms, preschools and libraries, supporting students through college, connecting kids around the globe, or providing for critical needs we hope these projects inspire you to #FeedThePeace.
The Nobelity Project Team
Schools have re-opened!
Protective gear like masks, thermometers, and hand sanitizer are essential for safety, especially in areas with limited clean water.
Your donations can fund the equipment that these schools need.
Critical need in Kenyan communities
2021 Progress | Projects in motion
UIL Young Filmmakers Contest Portal is open; deadline for submission is February 5th, 2021.
Watch Building Hope with us, meet Kenyan students and take a tour of the historic Paramount Theater.
StoryMoja helped us to launch libraries at Honi and Loise Girls School.
Mirera improvements have begun! We're building a new preschool while we convert an existing one into a library for this big campus.
We are building 4 new classes at Kiambogo Primary with a matching grant from the county.
Kenyan schools closed in March 2020, followed by select grade levels restarting lessons.
While kids around the globe were out of school, Nobelity invested in:
campus improvements with partners schools
provided study materials like KCSE prep books to high school seniors
and created more online connections such as WiFi installation at partner high schools in Kenya
Fifteen Years in Kenya (in under four minutes!)
"We are in good progress of implementing the good work of building classrooms...the community volunteered to do manual work. Was glad to see the passion of men and women of Kiambogo, sense of ownership as they worked towards getting a modern classes that will keep children warm. Looking forward for an exciting time a head."