Our Work


Build Schools

Since 2011, we have established schools in East Africa. Building schools in East Africa plays a crucial role in supporting children and promoting learning within the region. Education is a powerful tool that can uplift individuals and communities, and it serves as a catalyst for social and economic development. By establishing schools, we lay the foundation for a brighter future for these children, empowering them with knowledge, skills, and opportunities. These schools become hubs of learning, nurturing the intellectual growth and curiosity of young minds while providing a safe and conducive environment for personal development. Additionally, these educational institutions not only promote academic learning but also foster social interaction, cultural exchange, and collaboration amongst diverse groups of students. By investing in the construction of schools in East Africa, we are not only investing in the present generation but also fostering a sustainable and prosperous future for the entire community. Together, we can unlock the potential of these children and provide them with the tools they need to pursue their dreams and contribute positively to society.

Student Sponsorship

Providing student sponsorships to primary school-age children in East Africa is a powerful way to support education and create opportunities for a brighter future. Education is a transformative force that equips children with essential knowledge, skills, and confidence to pursue their dreams and break the cycle of poverty. By offering sponsorships, we can remove financial barriers and enable children from disadvantaged backgrounds to access quality education. These sponsorships cover various educational expenses such as tuition fees, school supplies, uniforms, and transportation, ensuring that children can attend school regularly and make the most of their learning experience. Beyond the immediate impact on individual students, these sponsorships have a ripple effect on their families and communities, as educated children grow up to become capable leaders, skilled professionals, and change agents. By investing in the education of primary school-age children in East Africa, we are investing in the future of the region, promoting social and economic development, and building a more equitable and inclusive society.


We are dedicated to providing education to primary school-age children in East Africa strive for positive outcomes in various areas, including national exam results, annual school reports, and school performance reports. These outcomes serve as indicators of the effectiveness and impact of the education programs implemented. By focusing on improving national exam results, we aim to enhance the academic achievements of the students, ensuring that they possess the knowledge and skills necessary for their future endeavors.

Through targeted teaching methodologies, individualized support, and access to resources, Crimson Foundation work tirelessly to empower students and enable them to excel in these exams. Additionally, annual school reports play a crucial role in highlighting the overall performance and progress of schools, evaluating areas for improvement, and ensuring transparency and accountability. School performance reports provide valuable insights into the effectiveness of educational initiatives, allowing non-profits to make data-informed decisions and refine their strategies. Ultimately, these outcomes collectively reflect the commitment of non-profit organizations towards offering high-quality education and creating opportunities for the holistic development and long-term success of primary school-age children in East Africa.

Get Involved

Work With Us

By participating in short and long-term missions trips to East Africa with Crimson Foundation, you have the opportunity to make a direct and meaningful impact in supporting primary school-aged children. These missions trips are a vital way to contribute to the ongoing efforts of Crimson Foundation in providing education and support to children in need. With a focus on East Africa, your involvement can create positive change by helping to improve the quality of education, enhance the learning environment, and empower young students to reach their full potential. Whether you join a short-term trip to engage in specific projects or opt for a long-term commitment, your support can make a lasting difference in the lives of these children. Through your participation, you can bring hope, inspiration, and tangible assistance to the communities you serve, enriching the lives of primary school-aged children and fostering a brighter future for them.

GIVE Program

If you are seeking a meaningful and transformative experience while making a positive impact in East Africa, getting involved with Crimson Foundation’s G.I.V.E. program is an excellent opportunity. The Global Immersion Volunteer Experience (GIVE) program offers participants the chance to travel to East Africa and engage in volunteer work across three distinct service areas: School Outreach, Community Outreach, and Evangelism Outreach. By rotating through these different areas, participants gain a comprehensive understanding of the various needs and challenges faced by local communities within a global Christian context. The program allows flexibility for participants who may have a particular interest or passion for a specific service area to spend more time there, based on individual needs and desires. Whether you are interested in supporting schools, making a difference in the community, or spreading the message of faith, the G.I.V.E. program provides a unique and fulfilling experience that combines service, cultural immersion, and personal growth.

Future Project

Build Secondary School in Rwanda
Building a secondary school in Rwanda with Crimson Foundation is a remarkable endeavor that holds immense potential for transformative change in the lives of young individuals. This project aims to address the pressing need for quality education at the secondary level, providing a nurturing and empowering environment for students to thrive academically, socially, and personally. By partnering with local communities, stakeholders, and leveraging the collective resources and expertise, Crimson Foundation lays the foundation for a state-of-the-art secondary school infrastructure. Beyond constructing physical structures, the project encompasses comprehensive educational programs, incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, technology integration, and holistic development opportunities. With a focus on equipping students with the skills needed for success, this initiative strives to create a brighter future for the youth in Rwanda, fostering educational excellence and paving the way for their personal growth and societal upliftment.

"Overcoming Challenges, Crimson Academy in Rwanda Opens in 2011, Enrolling 180 Students with Local Leadership and Frequent Visits by Haynes."



We completely immerse mission trip participants like you into the local communities where we work. Working hand-in-hand with someone is the best way to build relationships and experience life change. Get ready to work hard and role up your sleeves!

Crimson charges $250 per day to cover in-country excursions (local shops, city attractions, museums, safari, etc…) ground transportation, accommodations, food, and purified water. Airfare can range from $1100 to $2500 depending on your departure city and dates of travel. You will also need about $200 cash for local expenses and souvenirs if you want.

Once you sign up for a mission trip, we will provide you with a detailed packing list. We encourage you to pack clothing that is comfortable and inexpensive. Many volunteers leave things they don’t need behind as donations.
YES. And make sure it doesn’t expire for 6 months until after your scheduled trip (their rules, not ours). You do not need a visa if you are an American citizen. Other nationalities should check with their consulate regarding visa requirements.
Shots are optional but we highly recommend Hep A and Hep B. You should also be current on your Tetanus shot. Consult your family doctor, county health center or the CDC for more information.
If you are under 18 years of age, you must submit a notarized “release and waiver of liability” form. In addition, adults will need a witnessed “release and waiver of liability” form. Everyone must agree to the Crimson Foundation “Code of Conduct” in order to make the trip. All paperwork is due at least 30 days prior to departure. All of this is included in our online sign up process.
There are several family mission trips scheduled each year. We recommend that children be at least 10 years old and have all recommended immunizations before they travel.