We are a nonprofit organization that revitalizes Sierra Leonean communities, empowers children and improves socioeconomic conditions for families, communities, and future generations.
Through opportunities that only an education can provide, we strive to break the cycle of poverty, one school at a time, by training teachers at intensive summer institutes.
Based in Seattle, Schools for Salone has a proven track record of working with Sierra Leoneans as they rebuild schools destroyed during a ten-year civil war. Once funds are raised, new schools are built in three months.
Please join us on Saturday, June 11th from 4-8 pm for our 8th annual San Francisco event! We will be dancing to live music including Pangea, PMS with TomJonesing, DJ: Salone Borbor and more, eating West African cuisine form Bissap Baobab, and holding a raffle to raise money to build schools in the […]
Save the Date! The 6th Annual Seattle Dinner for Schools for Salone happens on October 6th! Please join us for our 11th anniversary celebration on Thursday, October 6th! This year we are thrilled to be at The Foundry. Be sure to check out this unique site, located South of Safeco Field. We look forward […]
“Here We Go!” One of many beautiful books written and illustrated by West Africans from PEN-SL. PEN-SL led literacy workshops for our Class 4, 5, 6 teachers at our schools in the north, south and western area over the Easter Schools Break, 2016. Please help us buy more books! Only $16 purchases a set of 6 […]
Every girl in Sierra Leone deserves education, safety, and dignity. We are excited about partnering with Days for Girls, a Pacific Northwest organization that makes sustainable, durable menstruation kits for girls! Imagine not having access to the feminine hygiene supplies we take for granted as well as privacy, clean water and soap? Our goal is to […]