Your Donation Matters
Your gift help Brightways Learning grow our mission to enable young people to realize their potential and pursue their dreams.
You can help youth build resilience and thrive
Your support profoundly impacts youth and creates positive changes that last a lifetime. Your generous donation helps children and teens learn how to build Webs of Support to keep them from falling through the cracks. Students with strong Webs of Support are more resilient and less likely to engage in risky behaviors like suicidal thinking, drug & alcohol use, bullying, and more.
Any amount helps. For example:
$25 per month for the next 12 months can provide a young person a chance to discover the social and emotional well-being that can last a lifetime through a PHlight Club, our premiere youth development event.
$25 can provide one child with meals and materials while attending PHlight Club.
$10 can provide a student with supplies during PHlight Club.
Your gift will have the far-reaching potential to bring hope and transform lives.
You can support military families overseas
Families in the military or on state department assignments make sacrifices for the greater good of our nation. When they are stationed overseas, they often have limited options for educating their children. For some students, frequent moves can threaten their sense of security and weaken their self-confidence. Such interruptions in the continuity of life can have a detrimental effect on educational progress.
Brightways Global Academy is an accredited K-12 school that supports personalized learning and provides consistency and continuity for these families. We work together with students and parents to provide a comprehensive education that meets each child’s individual learning needs.
Any amount helps with the costs of tuition. Please donate now to help meet the unique educational needs resulting from a transient military lifestyle.
Your donations are changing lives, like Natalee’s
Natalee’s life wasn’t always full of hope and happiness. She struggled after her parent’s divorce and was bullied in middle school. By high school she was on the verge of dropping out or even ending up in jail. Thanks to a supportive teacher, attending a PHlight Club event, and learning our Integrative Youth Development (IYD) framework, Natalee is thriving in life. “If I had one wish, it would be that every kid could learn about the Web of Support so they could feel like they belong.”