Steven Bernasek

Sandra Bernasek Memorial Fund

$2,252 Pledged
Includes monthly giving pledges
23%
$0
$10,000

My goal of $10,000
=
1 Village Supported
28 Children Educated
140 People Impacted
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Our Superstar Donors:

  • Craig Hutchison: $250
  • Dan&donna Curry: $100
  • Alicia Labbe: $62
  • Lisa Bernasek: $50
  • Terry Cupps: $50
  • Anthony K Gonsalves: $45
  • Gale (legassick) Barnum
  • Mark Bennett
  • Steven L Bernasek
  • Jennifer Dehate
  • Cathy Fairbanks
  • Marci Feldman
  • Brian Gaudet
  • Jean Jacobs
  • Christy Kimball
  • Marcia Mcfarland/shelton
  • Jenifer E Raver
  • Jennifer Rose


Did you know that 57 Million children around the world live without access to even a basic education? Donate to this fund to honor the memory of Sandra Bernasek and help change lives through education.

This fund is in honor of Sandra Bernasek, wife, mother, grandmother and Landmark Forum Leader, who touched many lives through her love and work. Sandra passed away on July 29, 2018 at her home in Plano, Texas. Sandra was a passionate supporter of education for all, and wanted to support the work of the Unstoppable Foundation to bring education to children in the developing world. We would like to invite you to donate to this fund to build a schoolhouse and honor Sandra's memory.


Through this fund we will help an entire village escape the vicious cycle of poverty by providing access to an education. Education has been proven to yield a larger impact than ANY other form of help or aid we can give. It improves health, income, promotes gender equality, and reduces overall poverty.

Together our collective efforts will build and furnish a school house and give the entire community access to clean water, sanitation, food and nutrition, healthcare and alternative income training for parents.

100% OF YOUR DONATION FUNDS OUR SPONSOR A VILLAGE PROGRAM.
Our angel ambassadors fund our operating costs so that 100% or your donations go directly to Sponsor a Village. Learn more

Right now, in a village in the heart of Kenya, there’s a family waiting for their daughter to have a chance to go to school. And, they're still waiting.

Here's why...