Provide quality, sustainable (self sustaining) primary education for girls and boys in West Africa on a case-by-case basis.


• Build and upgrade school buildings
• Supply books and other learning materials
• Promote entreprenureship through income-generating skills training
• Work hand-in-hand with communities to develop community involvement on all levels of the project


Our first primary-school project in Dédékè, Togo is completed. The village now has six classrooms, an administration office, two cisterns for clean drinking water, and latrines and hand-washing stations.

The villagers now have a weekly market as well as a cassava mill to aid their income producing skills.

GOALS 2012 – 2013

We have been searching for another village that needs assistance and can meet our prerequisites. We have a strong candidate in a village called Tsati (cha-tee). This village is a bit more remote and has fewer students, so the project scale will be smaller. Please see the projects page for more info.

Old School New School

Annie B Fund Drive Video

We were inspired by “Money Makes the World Go Around” from Cabaret. Our sincerest apologies to Bob Fosse, Liza Minnelli, and Joel Grey.


Take a Brief Video Tour of What the School Looked Like Before LeapingStone

LeapingStone is committed to making a lasting difference in the educational needs of children in West Africa. To that end, we are introducing a model of aid that we believe will provide a legacy of self-supporting education in perpetuity. Continue reading about our projects by clicking here.


Every donation counts!
Achieving the millennium education development goals won’t be easy, but every donation counts! As little as $25 will send a child to school for a year. This includes notebooks, pens, paper, uniform. Please visit our Donate page to learn more.

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