WHO WE ARE
Shiny Gloves Club is an organization dedicated to supporting underserved African children around the world. In order to combat poverty, we provide free high-quality education to children in need. Since 2019, we have been working in Nigeria to increase awareness about the country's education deficit. Our programs have also been focusing on promoting entrepreneurship to help less fortunate children escape poverty. The basis of our work is fostering creativity at a young age. Using carefully curated instructional videos, we deliver a unique curriculum aimed at teaching our students how to turn their ideas into products and hopefully businesses. Already, we have registered over 400 children in Jos, Nigeria.
WHAT WE DO
Our classrooms will help
keep kids off the streets.
Most children who cannot afford to go to school are left to fend for themselves and so many fall victim to a life of crime, gang & political violence, and terrorism. The mission at Shiny Gloves Club begins by providing an outlet for children who do not have access to education, particularly at an early age. Shiny Gloves offers a revolutionary approach to help children in impoverished communities with classrooms for free.
With this project, Classroom Campus 500, we hope to raise ambition within each child who visits our classrooms. We strive to create an environment that fosters creativity and encourages children to achieve their dreams for a better life. It is our belief that our classrooms will keep kids off the streets. We strongly feel that we can inspire children through access to instructional, educative, and informative videos. We believe there are gifted children all over the world without access to basic educational resources. Shiny Gloves Club aims to discover skillful and talented children via these essential learning centers, and give them the platform and support to create productive solutions for their communities.
According to UNICEF, “investing in early childhood education can be a powerful way to reduce gaps that often put children with low social and economic status at a disadvantage.” Many poor children across Africa do not have access to classrooms or schools and they miss out on early education, which is essential for building the foundation they will need in order to escape poverty.