Donations

Give the Gift of Education


100% of all donations go to building schools for kids in Laos

Celebrating 10 years of building schools, changing lives and developing friendships around the world!




Help build a school
Help build a future


By Cheque: Please mail to School for Kids in Laos Inc., 245 Thomas Berry St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2H 0R2


By Phone: Please call us at 204-960-3824 to discuss arrangements.


Online: Please use one of our partner platforms - PayPal or Canada Helps to donate online.


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Become an SKL Builder

Join our group of compassionate monthly donors. You can ensure children in poor, rural areas of Laos acquire the skills and knowledge that are critical to their futures in a safe, sanitary environment.
Giving changes everything!






Revenue Canada Charitable Registration # 830245411RR0001. Donations are eligible for a tax credit and receipts will be issued for donations greater than $20.

To our US Donors: We are grateful for all donations but due to tax laws, we cannot issue tax receipts for any donations from the US. US donors will receive a US tax receipt for donations of $5,000 or more when made through the Tides Foundation USA. Direct your gift to SKL. See www.tides.org for information on Tides Foundation USA.

John Loewen, Loewen Family Foundation When we were looking to make a difference in Laos, our research quickly identified the work that SKL was doing. A closer look at SKL revealed an organization that is responsible, accountable, efficient and remarkably effective. When a charity in one part of the world wants to invest in the lives of others in a different part of the world, often much is lost "in translation" and the "social dividend" can be quite diluted. Knowing how SKL is structured and how they work to achieve the goals of improving the lives of children in Laos, we've developed unquestionable trust in SKL's team and confidence that the work we're investing in does indeed translate into a meaningful improvement in the lives of Kids in Laos.
John Loewen, CP Loewen Family Foundation