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.
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Benefiting literacy and libraries in Roatan, Mexico, Kenya and right here at home in Central Texas
Outdoor event, enhanced cleaning practices, seating distance maintained
Join us Thursday May 20 at 8pm for
at Dreamland Dripping Springs!
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
Critical need in Kenya
Schools and colleges close again amid country's third wave of COVID
As of March 2021, in person learning is once again suspended in Kenya.
Protective gear like masks, thermometers, and hand sanitizer are essential for safety, especially in areas with limited clean water.
Your donations will continue to help keep these communities healthy as Kenya responds to the pandemic.
2021 Progress | Updates
While Texans begin to see a light at the end of the tunnel, partners in Mexico, Honduras and Kenya still require enhanced safety measures.
Our work stays in motion with:
at-home study materials
financial support for scholars
awards for local classrooms
grants to partner organizations
We are proud to have kept all Nobelity staff on payroll throughout 2020/2021. Texas and Kenya team members report they are all healthy, grateful and committed to the work!
Photo: Congratulations to PSJA Southwest High School for their winning work on a talented short film entitled, The Historic Cine El Rey. See SOCIAL IMPACT AWARDS for more info.
UIL Young Filmmakers Winners announced! Watch the student films here.
Watch Building Hope with us, meet Kenyan students and take a tour of the historic Paramount Theater.
Honi, Ol Meoshi, Mirera, and Loise Girls School.
Mirera improvements are underway! We are 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.
Honi students explore their new library
Fifteen Years in Kenya (in under four minutes!)