Transporting Children to School


The Mahout Village Project helps subsidize school bus transportation for the village children of the mahouts (Elephant care takers) who work at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Thailand. Donations to this project pay for the transportation of 50 village children to safely and reliably get to the local, government school.

Many of the parents of these children have not attended school beyond 6th or 8th grade. They are very supportive of their children attending school and do their best to provide a better life for them. The funding of school transportation reduces the financial burden on families and helps assure their children get to school.


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Mahout Village Project in Thailand

Photos of the Mahout Village Project

NEWS UPDATE: ImpactAVillage Responds to COVID

May 2020: ImpactAVillage  made a $10,000 donation to the non-profit “Feeding Good” program at Revolution Foods that will provide free meals to families in need across the US.  Revolution Foods, based in Oakland, has distributed over 15 million healthy meals during COVID to students out of school, families in need, homebound seniors, and homeless citizens across citywide programs in over 175 US cities in 18 states.This is the way to impact a village!

May 26th, 2020|
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