Family Care Foundation (FCF) Education Program
Talented and capable young people in developing nations often lack opportunities for basic education and vocational training, as well as the confidence, self-esteem, and interpersonal skills necessary to succeed in life and to break the cycle of poverty into which they were born.
Family Care Foundation (FCF) equips these young people to make their way in the world. Then they become part of the long-term solution for the needs of their greater community.
FCF provides both free academic education and on-the-job training in trades ranging from sewing and design to computer assembly and repair and electrical engineering. Students also learn about people handling, teamwork, time-management, efficiency, personal development and presentation skills.
For more information, see our main FCF website.
Other Family Care Foundation programs:
- FCF AIDS Care Program
- FCF Medical Relief
- FCF Women’s Empowerment
- FCF Orphans & Street Kids Program
- FCF Education Program
- FCF Computer Literacy
- FCF Hunger Relief
- FCF Emergency Relief
- FCF Drug Awareness
- FCF Facebook and Twitter
- FCF founder Grant Montgomery
- Global Responsibility
- International Aid
- North Korean Refugees