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We Wish you a merry christmas and a happy Chanukah !

By |December 24th, 2014|

The GoodScout Team wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy Chanukah, wishing you peace, joy, and all the best the holiday has to offer. May this incredible time of giving and spending time with family bring you joy that lasts throughout the year.

Hope Cards, Simple, life-saving holiday cards !

By |December 16th, 2014|

Better than fruitcake
Send physical holiday cards to your friends and loved ones around the world this holiday season, each with a customized greeting.

Best of all, by participating in this campaign, your tax-deductible donation will change the life of a mother or child in need of critical medical care.*

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GoodScout Community Micro Loan Program Update

By |September 3rd, 2014|

Here are our latest update on the Goodscout Community Micro Loan Program in Moshi, Tazania at the Salama Center (Better Future International) from the program Director, Lukanga Martin Ndalima (Luka):

“The Micro loan Project is doing very well.  We completed the first workshop with the parents and Upendo (Program Director). We have received many letters from […]

GoodScout is on the ground to help children in Tanzania

By |August 29th, 2014|

We @ GoodScout wanted to share with you our last trip to Moshi in Tanzania, we brought computers and 3000 liter water tank to help them get through the dry season, here are our pictures from Salama Center.

GoodScout is commited to social causes and have a strong belief in giving back, Contact us if […]

Meet Samahope, our partner

By |July 23rd, 2014|

Millions of women and children worldwide suffer from debilitating but treatable health conditions. The doctors that treat them are overstretched, under budget and poorly equipped. Samahope allows donors to directly fund these doctors, renew their patients’ hope, and give the patients back their lives. At Samahope, 100% of your donations go to providing care to […]

By |January 1st, 1970|