Education is at the heart of everything we do.

Education is a fundamental right, yet those who need it most, are the least likely to get the opportunity to attend and complete school. The future of our world is only as bright as our young girls and boys. When we invest in girls’ education, it doesn’t just benefit them — it benefits all of us.

Give the Gift of Education

Make it Monthly or One Time Gift.

This will be your most important monthly subscription. Education is a fundamental, yet those who need it most are the least likely to get the opportunity to attend and complete school.

Make it a monthly subscription that empowers our youth with education they deserve. It’s a smart investment and a meaningful one.

When we invest in our children’s education, it doesn’t just benefit them, it benefits all of us. They will lift up their family and community.

The advancement of the Albanian community will be driven by advancement in education of the Albanian youth.

It starts with you. When you become a monthly donor, your investment, your support of our programming year-round, makes it possible for us create opportunities they need. Start giving monthly today and you are joining a special group of monthly donors committed to make education a reality for all.

Like you, they believe in the power of education. So do we. Your commitment to giving the gift of education means we can keep ours to provide scholarship grants to alleviate financial burden and the opportunity finish school.

Help us keep Adea in School!

Adea Zeqiri is an Albanian student from Mitrovica, Kosova, attending high school in North Carolina, USA.

She was accepted into The St. David’s School college preparatory school in Raleigh with a scholarship for the junior year (2021-2022), which she completed successfully. She reapplied for the scholarship for this school year (2022-2023), now her Senior year, and it was thankfully renewed.

Unfortunately, Adea’s US host, who financed her stay for her junior year of high school, is unable to continue supporting her financially for the senior year living expenses. Those expenses include books, transportation, health insurance, food, standardized testing (AP, SAT, ACT), school events, and college applications.

After high school, her goal is to attend medical school to become a doctor.

She says: “I want to get into pre-med and then attend medical school and become a doctor, which is my dream. I want to be a doctor because I want to help people. As an Albanian, I grew up hearing things such as, “Health above all!”. I have been taught to value health greatly, and I believe that one of the best ways to make people’s lives better is by helping them achieve good health.”

Can I send a check?

Yes, please send checks to the following address:
Albanian Institute
450 Lexington Avenue, Unit #364
New York, NY 10163

Checks should be made payable to Albanian Institute, and if you like to please enclose a letter with your name, address, or email, and donation amount—we want to know who you are so we can show our gratitude for your support!

The Albanian Institute is a registered non-profit charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

EIN 45-5474647

Contributions to the Albanian Institute Educational Fund are fully tax-deductible.

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