ABOUT EDUCATE NICA





- WHAT IS EDUCATE NICA?

Educate Nica is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children living in poverty gain a successful education.



- WHAT DOES EDUCATE NICA DO?

Educate Nica works with strong local partners to provide education focused aid to students in Nicaragua. Our partners are experienced and have local-knowledge and growing relationships with the local communities. Educate Nica raises awareness and funds while our partners cultivate success in the students' lives.



- ARE MY DONATIONS TAX DEDUCTIBLE?

Yes, Educate Nica is federally recognized as a 501c3 non-profit organization.





SUPPORTING YOUR STUDENT BEYOND EDUCATE NICA



- 2016 SPONSORS - HOW CAN I CONTINUE SUPPORTING MY STUDENT?

To learn more about continuing to support your student please visit New Song Mission Nicaragua here.



- Will New Song Mission Nicaragua be contacting me about the new program?

Unless the New Song Mission staff personally knows you and already has your personal contact information, they will not be contacting you. You will need to contact them here to let them know you want to continue giving. Past that they should be in touch with how to continue supporting your student.

As stated previously, for legal and privacy reasons Educate Nica cannot transfer our database of sponsor’s personal contact or payment information to New Song Mission Nicaragua. We suggest you contact them here and let them know you want to continue sponsorship through their organization so they can set you up through the system they plan to use.

But don’t worry, they will have your first and last name and a record of which student(s) you’ve sponsored through Educate Nica so will be able to effortlessly pair you with your student again once you are in touch.





2016 TAX DONATION STATEMENTS



- Can I get a tax receipt for my 2016 sponsorship donations?

If you made a one-time donation that totaled more than $250 we will issue a receipt. For one time or even monthly donations of $25, $50, $100, or anything less than $250, your bank statements are all that you need to show for tax purposes.