We look forward to a time when quality education and economic opportunity are broadly available across Haiti.
As a result of conflict and natural disaster the people of Haiti currently live with terrible insecurity, poverty and a lack of opportunity. The Andrew Grene Foundation’s mission is to give the Haitian people the resources to develop themselves through education and microfinance.
A huge thank you!
Headmaster Ricot Pierre gives his thanks for the school's new extension
We are delighted to announce that we have made a successful grant application to the Dublin AM Rotary club, with the help of club member Dave McKee and AGF supporter Sandra Puskarcik. The grant of $1000 is for the purpose of buying books for our new library at the Andrew Grene High School.View full post
Our two trekkers and fundraisers successfully completed their 7 day trek across three countries offering three different views of Mont-Blanc: The Italian side with its giant cliff faces; the Swiss side with its rolling views; the French side with its huge glaciers. Alan and Noel took on this hike, raising funds and awareness for the …View full post
One of our energetic supporters has recently raised £1000 by completing the 3 Peaks Challenge for the AGF. Harriet tells us what the event was like for her: "We started out at 9am on a very overcast day in Fort William. We began our ascent into the clouds and managed to catch the beauty of Scotland midway …View full post
On Thursday 9th July 2015, all 467 pupils from Queensmead Primary Academy, accompanied by all the staff and many parents, took part in their annual Teddy Trot, walking a mile and a half around Braunstone park, raising valuable funds for the AGF. The sun was shining, and the children, with their teddies, enjoyed time out …View full post
Rutland Half Marathon – 27th September 2015, 10am. Join Team Grene to participate in the Rutland half marathon. This year a group of runners will be participating in the Rutland half marathon. The run route includes tarmac, gravel and dirt tracks. The route passes metres from the waters’ edge and weaves through some of the …View full post