A group of 17 To Return students and 8 parents are preparing for a two day safari in early December. They plan to visit Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater with an overnight spent camping on the edge of the Crater. It’s our second safari outing designed for the students to celebrate the end of […]
We’ve recently received updates from several To Return students and wanted to share the news. To Return currently sponsors 6 students at Eden Garden Education Trust – Sisty, Vivianne, Derrick, Davis and Gleezinth and Catherine. 5 of the students gathered for a quick photo with one of the headteachers after receiving their books for the […]
Thank you for your generous support and encouragement in 2014. A look back at To Return in 2014 is below. January 1, 2014 We started the new year with a new website. The To Return board of directors collaborated to build and market the website in-house with the goal of creating a user-friendly web experience […]
The team at To Return would like to congratulate Hillary R. who recently graduated from Ailanga Lutheran, a secondary school in Arusha, Tanzania. Hillary is one of 18 students in Tanzania who is receiving a scholarship from To Return. Hillary is currently studying for the TOEFL exam as a next step to applying to university […]
To Return would like to extend a huge thank you for all who have helped us achieve our goal of raising $19,340, a dollar for every foot of elevation of Mt. Kilimanjaro. A special thank you to our Mountain Social underwriters, Buckingham Asset Management and Huntleigh McGehee. A few photos from the culminating party at […]
With every site visit to Tanzania, the To Return team collects and donates new and gently used outdoor clothing to porters on Mt. Kilimanjaro. In 2013, we donated over 500 pounds of clothing to a group of 30+ porters. A big thank you to the Aspen Skiing Company, in particular the Aspen Highlands and Snowmass […]
In early January 2013, students who receive scholarships from To Return joined together for a two day safari. We visited Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater. For many, it was a first time safari and first overnight spent in a tent.
To Return is preparing for a visit to Moshi, Tanzania during the holidays. We will spend time with the students, visit their families and tour the schools as part of our commitment to strict oversight of the scholarships. We are also bringing 500 lbs of new and gently used warm clothing and equipment as part […]