Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”
- Nelson Mandela
Today, more than 75 million children in the developing world lack access to a quality education. At ESPEROS, we believe that education is gift that should be available to all – and we also believe that education impacts not only the child who receives it, but also whole families and communities.
We design products that are stylish, functional and durable – and we donate 10% of each sale to enabling education for children in the developing world.
Please join us in igniting the spark of an education in the mind of a child. Carry hope - wherever you go.
ESPEROS works with established 501c3 nonprofits such as The Nobelity Project, and donates 10% of every sale.
ESPEROS is partnering with a nonprofit called The Nobelity Project to help provide children with access to education.
As an education and action nonprofit, The Nobelity Project works on film and in partner projects in the U.S. and around the world to bridge gaps in information and infrastructure to ensure education for all. Founded by Turk and Christy Pipkin and based in Austin, Texas, The Nobelity Project has worked with Nobel laureates and other leaders to make three award-winning feature documentaries about global problems and solutions.
In 2015, ESPEROS will be partnering with The Nobelity Project specifically focused on initiatives in Honduras and Kenya.
In Kenya, the Nobelity Project is working with over 25 rural school communities to build classrooms, libraries, science and computer labs and clean water systems, and has impacted over 8,000 students and their families through building over 100 classrooms. In addition to the infrastructure projects they also support academic achievement through scholarship programs and incentives. Through the Nobelity Project, ESPEROS will be helping to fund the building of classrooms and materials for students in rural Kenya.
In Honduras, the Nobelity Project has partnered with Sandcastle Library to build and operate a bookmobile that provides books and improves learning for 14 fishing village schools and 3.500 students on Roatan Island. ESPEROS will be helping to fund a second bookmobile and supplies for students and teachers in Honduras.