Love 4 One Another Project
The Love 4 One Another™ Project is an initiative established by In a Perfect World to honor and build upon the philanthropic legacy of Prince Rogers Nelson*. It also allows supporters to see the collective impact of their contributions for projects honoring Prince. To date, IAPW has constructed two schools in rural Africa in honor of Prince. The first school was completed in October 2016 in the village of Ng’ozo in Southern Malawi. Inspired by the Purple Army & NPGUK, the second school was built in the village of Chimbwinda in December 2016. Not only do these schools help to educate the children in a safe and nurturing environment, but they also help build up the entire community where the schools are built. Stay tuned here for updates on these initiatives.
*In A Perfect World is not affiliated with nor financially supported by the Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson.
Putting Love to Work
The schools built in Malawi, Africa in 2016 have doubled enrollment, now hosting more than 500 children. With seed money from IAPW founder Manuela Testolini, Prince’s brother Omarr Baker, and Prince supporters NPGUK, IAPW is now building a second school block in one of the original villages this summer to serve the rapidly growing community of students.
Let’s Build Another School
Our other school is also getting overcrowded, and is in need of a second school block. We’re also implementing adult literacy programs and larger sustainability projects for these villages, which will provide access to clean water, sustainable agriculture, and solar power. Help us build on Prince’s legacy of compassion by breaking the cycle of poverty and illiteracy in these communities, changing lives for generations to come.
Can you think of a more perfect gift
than joining #L4OA today?
As with all In a Perfect World initiatives, 100% of all public donations go directly to support those in need. Choose to dedicate your donation and we’ll send your recipient a beautiful IAPW ecard to commemorate your gift. Choose from either of the designs below.
Learn more about the first two schools here: