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Investor Pack - Fundraising Non Profit

This is an Investor Pack that shares our mission to diversify and strengthen income for a community in Liberia. The community is on a mission to develop agriculture in their town and to build a self sustainable school for their children. This pack explains in more detail what they are doing and how we are serving them. It also shares exactly how you can contribute to them achieving their goals. Please offer feedback as to how we can strengthen our Investor Pack as this is the first time we have created anything of its kind!

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Investor Pack - Fundraising Non Profit

  1. 1. JOIN US IN MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE BUILDING BARW’DU SCHOOL
  2. 2. In Liberia… 80% of schools were destroyed in a 14 year long civil war 65% of primary school aged children are not in education. 50% of young people aged 15- 24 are illiterate.
  3. 3. WE ARE THE PEOPLE OF DUWEHN TOWN. With the support of Big Idea Leadership in Liberia we are building a school for our children and developing an agricultural program to sustain it.
  4. 4. Big Idea Leadership in Liberia Believes… That Leaders Create Leaders. That there is an undeniable connection between powerful service and transformational leaders. In creating sustainable impact within local communities. In the power of investment over donation. In serving rather than helping.
  5. 5. Barw’du School is… A school built by the community, for the community. A collaboration between local and global communities. A school that in 20 years time will have inspired an alumni of past students to return and sustain it. The hub of the community offering adult learning, community group meeting place, a space for extra curricular activities and home to sporting events. Where healthcare education is led by example, in that hygiene education and a balanced diet from healthy sustainable food sources is encouraged. Embodying a culture that is supportive of diversity and equality for all and learning skills are diverse, including essential trades and not purely academic.
  6. 6. A Community Speaks "The school is important because we will not be covering longer distances for education and my life will be different because what I will learn there I will put it to practice so that it will change my life." Youth - Gertrude Saywon "The school is important because it will open our eyes and connect us to the world and my life will change because if you learn something today, it can benefit you tomorrow" Woman - Hannah Whea "The whole township will improve when the school is built; my children will attend good school like others in America. It will improve our lives and what we didn't see; our children will now see and be the light for our town ship." Elder - Victor Duwee "The school is so important for the students and the teachers, because we the teachers are also learning. If the community don't learn anything to improve their lives, it will be threat to the community as it is. Once the school is built and operational and my children are there, my life, and family will positively change because education is light" Teacher - Alexander B. Titus
  7. 7. Will you join us in providing for the future of our community?
  8. 8. If you would like to get the school built, here are the ways in which you can be involved: Visit Liberia Come with us, meet the community Seeing is believing. Share your gifts We need expertise, knowledge and energy What can you contribute? Invest From $1 to $1.5m Your investment will make a difference. Go to https://www.gofundme.com/barwdu Read on to learn more and to see what it takes to become a legacy investor…..
  9. 9. Barw’du School The government of the County of Grand Bassa in Central Liberia has granted a 52 acre parcel of land to be dedicated to the vision of a future sustainable community. The site is 10 miles from the heart of Buchanan--the third largest city in Liberia, with a population of approximately 35,000—and one mile from the main road that links Monrovia to Buchanan. It is accessed through the gravel road that leads to Duwehns’s town, a small rural village. The school will be built in the Northernmost part of the site, adjacent to the existing gravel road The vision for the 52 acre site contemplates the future development of a technical school for trade oriented occupations with an emphasis on agriculture and self sustaining activities. In addition, the master plan will include housing villas for teachers and students. The rest of the site will be allocated to agricultural fields. Grand Bassa County BuchananCentral Liberia, Africa Duwehns’ Town
  10. 10. A Self Sustaining Vision… A technical school for trade oriented occupations with an emphasis on agriculture and self sustaining activities, permaculture. The master plan includes housing components for teachers and students and an agricultural project to contribute to sustainability. Materials are all locally sourced and many will be generated by simple on site production methods. A water tower will capitalize on the ample water supply on site and serve the needs of the community as it develops Classroom openings are screened but not glazed which will maximise cross ventilation. A double roof system keeps the classrooms cool and airy and the large overhangs of the metal roof will protect the space and building from sun and heavy rain. Electrical power is scarce in Liberia, mostly supplied by fuel generators. Provisions will be made for solar panels to be installed on the corrugated zinc roof as a potential source of energy.
  11. 11. A Community Led Project… The community leads on the project, coached and mentored by BILL. We, the community, have our own skills and expertise, we complement those by inviting collaborators to contribute their skills and expertise to the community. Regular consultation and town hall meetings ensure that the wider community are engaged and motivated to support the project. There is a community committee and an NGO team in Liberia, homegrown and home led – our aim is for the cycle of aid to be broken. In the interests of progress, the community committee contributes our time and effort voluntarily.
  12. 12. G. Jackson Saywon Coordinator/Liaison representing the community on the entire project. He is a teacher and studied criminal justice at the Grand Bassa Community College. Augustine Acquoi The community designated farm manager. He is also a community health worker and a pastor. Abraham Gaybueh Secretary of the community team. He is a high school graduate and a teacher for the community school. He is also a farmer. Edith Yarwleh Women’s leader, representing the women of the community. She is a widow and also a farmer Charles James Program Assistant for BILL A social worker and married with two kids. Justin A.B.Tarr Engineering Consultant for BILL He is an engineer graduated from the BWI.
  13. 13. WE ARE “BILL” Big Idea Leadership in Liberia (BILL) was founded by Emmanuel Wragboe, Simon Crowe and Natasha McCreesh in 2016, we have used our personal funds to progress our work so far. In 2018 the team has grown to include Liberian volunteers; Charles James, Martin Mulbah, Matthew Fred We received our first major donations in 2018 which contributed to roof and window repairs to an orphanage in the community and also kickstarted the agricultural project.
  14. 14. We are committed. So far we have … Set up an NGO Surveyed and registered land Completed an architectural/construction review and had award winning architectural drawings produced Drafted initial bill of quantities, 3yr school running costs, school capital expenditure Created an initial business plan Drafted an agricultural proposal, cleared 2 acres of land and prepared it for seeding Met with local ministers and public sector education administrators to smooth progress for the school build project Raised kickstarter funds to provide tools, seeds and sustenance for the agricultural project
  15. 15. Become a Legacy Investor…
  16. 16. Fund a Classroom for $15,000 Invest this amount to have a classroom constructed in your name. Join us to cut the ribbon on your classroom and affix your commemorative plaque on the wall.
  17. 17. Fund our Community Block for $30,000 Invest this amount to have the Community, Training and Administration block constructed in your name. Build the bricks and mortar to house the heart of this community, come join the community in celebrating its opening.
  18. 18. Fund our Water Tower for $40,000 Invest this amount to have the Water Tower constructed in your name. Create the legacy of clean water for the children and the community. Join us to cut the ribbon and hand out the first glasses of fresh water.
  19. 19. Fund our Agricultural Project for $40,000 Help the community to sustain the school and feed itself for life. A trial area has been cleared and is ready for seeding. Sponsor the community in agricultural and commercial training so that they can thrive in their endeavor.
  20. 20. Fund a School for $50,000 Invest this amount to have one of the three school wings constructed in your name. Join us to cut the ribbon on your wing and affix your commemorative plaque on the wall.
  21. 21. To become a legacy investor contact Simon at mail@simoncrowe.com
  22. 22. Barw’du School In July 2016 Jaya Kader, a Miami based architect flew to Liberia and met with the community, local construction material companies and engineering contractors. We couldn’t have envisaged the design that she created following that trip. Sustainable, sympathetic to its environment and a thing of beauty! It’s no wonder our architectural designs are award winning…
  23. 23. SITE PLAN 0’ 5’ 10’ 20’ 1 Entry Pavilion 2 Water Tower 3 Administration Building 4 Crops Sculpture 5 Elementary School 6 Middle School 7 High School B B AA Barw’du School School Site Plan The school site plan involves a semicircular entry pavilion with the water tower and administrative office to either side. All three educational clusters— elementary, middle and high schools-- are organized around a landscape sculpture which is on axis with the entry and inspired by the geometry of the Flower of Life.
  24. 24. Barw’du School Floor plan As the local population will participate in the actual construction of the project, it was important to standardize the geometry to facilitate lay involvement. Each school cluster consists of two wings of equally shaped spaces. The larger wing houses 6 classrooms and the smaller one includes two multipurpose rooms, a kitchen with associated storage areas, and an outdoor dining pavilion. Given the open air ventilation of the project, bathrooms are required to be separate from the main structure, accessible through a covered passage. GROUND FLOOR PLAN 10’0’ 40’20’ 1 Kitchen 2 Dining Hall 3 Multipurpose 4 Small Atrium 5 Classroom 6 Restrooms D D C C
  25. 25. Barw’du School ELEVATIONS AND SECTIONS Entry Pavilion and Water Tower SECTION B-B ENTRY PAVILLION FRONT ELEVATION ENTRY PAVILLION REAR ELEVATION ENTRY PAVILLION SECTION A-A ENTRY PAVILLION
  26. 26. Barw’du School ELEVATIONS AND SECTIONS School Buildings EXTERIOR ELEVATION INTERIOR ELEVATION SECTION D-D
  27. 27. Barw’du School Entry Pavilion The semicircular entry pavilion greets visitors as they approach the site. With the water tower as the focal object on one side and administrative office on the other, the outdoor pavilion serves as the welcoming structure for the complex. Entry Path Upon passing through the entry pavilion, the three school clusters are organized around the central sculptural landscape inspired by the Flower of Life geometry. Each segment of the intersecting circles of the flower will be planted with a sampling of the agricultural crops that will be harvested on the rear of the property.
  28. 28. Barw’du School Classrooms The classrooms are open and airy. They provide a warm and pleasant environment with the local clay brick walls, openings that afford abundance of natural light and ventilation. Local bamboo will be used for the sloped ceilings. Dining Hall The open dining area is clad in the same materiality as the classrooms, with a total open front and back.
  29. 29. Barw’du School Courtyards The courtyard spaces within each cluster are flexible in nature and will adapt to the different school populations--elementary, middle school or high school. They provide playground opportunities for the younger students or gathering areas for older groups. Loggias The large loggia provides under cover gathering spaces for students as well as visual access to the courtyards.
  30. 30. Barw’du School Agricultural Sculpture The Flower of Life Landscape sculpture, will constantly serve as reminder that only through working the land and creating an agricultural self-sustaining community will the school be able to thrive. Education in Liberia is not free and only available to the small percentage of the population that can afford it.
  31. 31. THESE ARE THE CHILDREN OF DUWEHN TOWN. JOIN THEM IN MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE BUILDING BARW’DU SCHOOL

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