BUTTERFLIES FOR NEPAL

Club Mission

In Nepal, if a parent commits a crime and is sentenced to prison and there is no parent/guardian to care for the child, the child must go with the parent to jail; therefore, Nepalese woman, Pushpa Basnet, founded the Early Childhood Development Centre (ECDC) in Kathmandu - a house that currently houses around 50 children. BFN aims to increase awareness about the children of the ECDC, raise funding towards the children's supplies, and promote educational opportunities to every innocent and important child of Nepal.

Officers

Co-Presidents: Se Young Chun and Anika Khanderia

Vice President: Lyanna Abdul Rahman

Officer: Kayla Marcelo

Officer: Elena Chung

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Michelle Marsh

Meeting Location and Time

Every Thursday lunch, H400

CAMBODIA'S FUTURE FOUNDATION (CFF)

Club Mission

Cambodia's Future Foundation works with 10 promising NGO sponsored Cambodian students to provide university level education with the ultimate goal of creating a sustainable future for Cambodians. CFF at SAS works towards creating relationships between SAS and CFF students in an attempt to learn from each other and help students reach their goals through a model of service, education, and leadership.

Officers

President: Maya Denzel

Vice President: Sushmit Dutta

Sponsor(s)

Mr. Peter Cuthbert

Meeting Location and Time

Every Other Thursday @ Lunch, Conference Room in Student Life Center

FREEDOM FOUNDATION

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Club Mission

Freedom Foundation works with EmancipAction, a non-profit organization working to disrupt the business of child sex trafficking, to provide education, employment, and rehabilitation for sexually abused women throughout Southeast Asia.

Officers

Co-Presidents: Anya Devgan and Vidhi Prasad

Officers: Diya Navlakha and Anushka Somani

Liaison: Bryanna Entwistle

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Tracy Van Der Linden 

Meeting Location and Time

Every Tuesday Lunch, H200 (dance room)

MIGRANT WORKERS OUTREACH PROGRAM

Club Mission

MWOP invites migrant workers (mostly helpers and construction workers) to SAS every weekend. Students and faculty design English and Technology curricula and teach them to the migrant workers with the goal of providing them with useful and relevant skills both for everyday life and for finding/sustaining a job.

Officers

President: Chloe Venn

Vice President: Jaywoo Jo

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Lisa Ball
Dr. Kevin Piers

Meeting Location and Time

Thursday First Break, H101

OUTREACH VIETNAM

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Club Mission

Our mission is to provide resources for the education, well being, and social development of impoverished children in Vietnam.

Officers

Co-Presidents: Li Wen Soh and Celine Fan

Vice Presidents: Jack King, Sally Nakazawa, Joyce Fu

Sponsor(s)

Mr. Stephen Ly

Meeting Location and Time

Every other Monday First Break, H213

Additional Information

There will be an annual service trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam during the fall.

PROJECT INDIA

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Club Mission

Project India is a service club determined to help improve the educational standards in India. Through fundraising for NGOs like Pratham and Free School, we are consistently advocating for and combating the failing Indian education system. We strive to continue and improve our performance at SAS with hope to do more for India.

Officers

President: Siddhartha Arya

Vice President: Ahan Kaul

Officers: Unnati Yagnik and Ushmil Sarkar

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Laurence Patrick

Meeting Location and Time

Every Wednesday Lunch Break, H416

Additional Information

This year Project India is taking a new step moving from the poverty funding line to funding for educational purposes. We are also switching fundings for NGO's called ProjectWHY and ASSAM to NGO's called Free School and Pratham which are even bigger organisations based in India.

READ BHUTAN

Club Mission

READ Bhutan aims to help transform rural communities in Bhutan by creating access to information and resources, and building a culture of reading. We do so through assisting the creation READ centers which contribute to their communities by offering educational classes for children, vocational training for adults, libraries, access to technology, and so much more.

Officers

Co-Presidents: Elysia Chang, Bryanna Entwistle, Aisling Murphy, Kate Callon, Vidhi Prasad, Lauren Lee

Sponsor(s)

Mr. Shane Fitts

Meeting Location and Time

Wednesday Flex, H321

 

TASSEL

Club Mission

TASSEL works to provide continuous, high quality English education and other sustainability services to impoverished Cambodians in order to nurture and transform their hearts.

Officers

President: Amy Ong

Vice President: Megan Cabaero

Officers: SJ Jain, Timmy Kang, Madeleine Alexander, Aadhiya Jeharajah, Giovanni DeFerrari, Juliet Mao, Brenda Lee, Katie Sun

Sponsor(s)

Mr. Paul Welsh

Meeting Location and Time

Every Friday Lunch, Makerspace

Additional Information

Membership Requirements:

  1. True heart to serve the poor
  2. Accountability to the children and to other TASSEL members (keeping commitments and deadlines); commitment to high quality work
  3. Native English language skills (for TASSEL teachers)

WISH FOR KIDS

Club Mission

Wish For Kids aims to enhance educational opportunities for the children in the impoverished community of Tabuelan, Cebu. We do this through collecting and sending donations, fundraising for scholarships, and an annual hands-on service trip to Cebu!

Officers

President - Ethan Aldaba

Vice President - Justin Agustin

Secretary - Enzo Esguerra

Treasurer - Migs Dimayacyac

Communications Director - Jihwan Choi

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Stacey Jensen

Ms. Laura Mohl

Meeting Location and Time

Mondays After School, H402

 

YOUTH AIDING CHINA AND SINGAPORE

Club Mission

YACS aims to help the elderly, children and other people in need from China and Singapore through education and by building meaningful relationships. We work closely with the World Academy of Sias International University in Zhengzhou, China throughout the year as we provide resources through donations, assist with the development of educational programs, and fundraise for and interact with students from various local schools on our annual service trip to Zhengzhou.

Officers

President: Yvonne Chien

Vice Presidents: Christina Kim, Eric Wu, Kyle Wong

Officer: Juliet Mao

Sponsor(s)

Ms. Vikki Chen

Ms. Sally Lean

Meeting Location and Time

Every Other Friday, First Break, H406