Holiday Bash 2013

Last week we had our first annual Holiday Bash! Check out a short video of the evening to see how we kickstarted our campaign.

Xolani was First

The work of Nelson Mandela continues to impact South African students like Xolani. Thanks to Mandela and our supporters, Xolani is the first in his family to graduate college. Read more to see what he is up to post graduation.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” - Nelson Mandela. Our Founder shares his thoughts on Mandela's great legacy and the influence of his work in South Africa.

People Are Rising

Our holiday campaign is live! We are empowering young students to be the leaders that Africa needs. Join us this holiday season and your donation will be DOUBLED by a generous foundation.

So Much To Be Thankful For

See what our South African students are thankful for this year. Thanks to your support, we are partnering with brilliant young leaders and extending our impact across Africa.


A Country Waiting for Change
Zimbabwe has abandoned its currency system including its Z$100 trillion bill in favor of the U.S. dollar. Check out why candy is now used as currency and how this is still an improvement for the country.

Rwanda and Uganda August Trip

For the last two weeks our Director of Global Impact, Shoshon, has been in Uganda and Rwanda. He has been meeting with students, hiring new staff, and sharing about our program with new high school students. Check out some highlights from his trip.

Video Update & Big Summer News

See what we've been building together in Portland, South Africa, Rwanda and Uganda. Thank you for your continued investement in our students!

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  • The Bernhardts • Oregon

    The Bernhardts • Oregon

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    "African economies are on the rise and educated workers are needed to continue that growth. These Numbers Have Faces is part of that growth by supporting the best and brightest African students."  DONATE