Meet Caleb & Laura Rhoads: sunny California dwellers, new parents and long-time supporters of These Numbers Have Faces!
Our Rwanda program is growing, and so is our staff! Say hello the newest members of our team and hear why these women are inspiring our scholars!
In light of the recent attack at Garissa University in Kenya, and the 21st anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, Tina, our Director of International Programs, reminds us that we not are numbers or statistics. Each one of us has a story.
Meet Emily Hughes: women's empowerment advocate, scooter-riding enthusiast, and long-time supporter of These Numbers Have Faces!
Arnold was raised by his grandmother, a woman made great sacrifices for her grandson's education. Her dream was for Arnold to go to university, graduate and have a career. Thanks to Amazon Lab126, Arnold and his grandmother's dreams are coming true!
After taking first place at an engineering competition in Rwanda, Alice won an all-expenses-paid trip to a IT conference in India!
These Numbers Have Faces is growing, and the student success stories are inspiring us more than ever before. Founder & CEO Justin Zoradi shares all the great news in our Winter Update video!
Eddyne, one of our psychology scholars in Rwanda, traveled to the DR Congo where she interned with Gratia Counseling Centre, helping heal hearts of youth effected by violence and trauma.
Back in October, Branden Harvey, an incredible Northwest-based photographer, traveled to Rwanda to meet our students. Here are our picks for the Top 10 photos from his trip!
In addition to the tax deduction and donor match, here are four reasons why a year-end gift to These Numbers Have Faces is a spectacular investment.
For Jean Paul, a refugee from DR Congo, HOPE has grown his dreams in ways he didn't think were possible.
On a recent trip to Rwanda, Justin was able announce to Jeanne d'Arc that Amazon and Lab126 are offering her an internship in summer 2015!
Our students in Rwanda decided they wanted student representatives, so they hosted an election. Meet the newly-elected leaders, plus a Q&A!
In a small village in the Eastern Cape, Duma, a These Numbers Have Faces scholar, lead a peaceful march, calling for the men of his community to stop committing crimes against women and children.
Say hello to our newest scholars in Rwanda! We are so excited to welcome them to the These Numbers Have Faces family.