BRO Gives to GIVE

The students of the Natilla SchoolThe students of the Natilla SchoolBay Recorders Organization (BRO) is proud to announce its new partnership with the non-profit Ghana Initiative for Valued Education (GIVE). Beginning January of 2009, BRO will be donating 10% of all BRO BY MAIL sales to the GIVE foundation, with an option for all BRO bands to match the support. GIVE is dedicated to providing education opportunities to Ghanaian children, specifically working with the Natilla School in the village of Abrofo-Odinas. BRO invites you to read the entire interview with GIVE's founder Craig Powell, who is also the brother of Bay Recorders founder, Joe Baker. Please take a moment to read this incredible story and become a part of something very special. BRO's 2009 GIVE goal is to contribute $300, sponsoring a student for one year with full tuition, books, book bag with supplies, and two school uniforms.

The staff of Natilla School & Powell at the Grand Opening Reception for the<br />
John A. Baker Memorial ClassroomsThe staff of Natilla School & Powell at the Grand Opening Reception for the John A. Baker Memorial ClassroomsCraig Powell, founder of GIVE with some students & Momma AgathaCraig Powell, founder of GIVE with some students & Momma Agatha

Agatha & Samuel Kodjo GyinahAgatha & Samuel Kodjo Gyinah Craig Powell, founder of GIVECraig Powell, founder of GIVE

The students of the Natilla SchoolThe students of the Natilla SchoolThe students of the Natilla SchoolThe students of the Natilla School