Wells Mountain Initiative works to create social change through education and community building by providing bright young people in the developing world with student scholarships, skills training, and start-up funding, building a network of grassroots leaders who are catalyzing community transformation.

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The 2022 WMI Scholars Program Application is Open! Visit https://www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/prospective-scholars/ for more information. Applications must be received by March 1, 2022 to be considered for the following academic year.

The 2022 WMI Scholars Program Application is Open! Visit www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/prospective-scholars/ for more information. Applications must be received by March 1, 2022 to be considered for the following academic year. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful journey, congratulations, and best wishes for your future endeavors new scholars

Wow. Hope to become a scholar in this 3rd application I'm hoping to submit this year😊

Let's me try my luck.

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Today is Giving Tuesday! With your support WMI has accomplished so much - but there is still much to do! We were only able to fund the tuition of 4% of applicants in 2021. We turned away hundreds of deserving young people. Together, we can do more. Donate today!

Today is Giving Tuesday! With your support WMI has accomplished so much - but there is still much to do! We were only able to fund the tuition of 4% of applicants in 2021. We turned away hundreds of deserving young people. Together, we can do more. Donate today! ... See MoreSee Less

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God will reward all of you at WMI for the impacts and the help you are giving to the indigent students especially in Africa, we can't thank you enough

We thank you for great work you doing πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‡ be blessed abundantly

Donate to WMI this Giving Tuesday! In the past 16 years you have helped support the growth of this organization, starting with the scholarship of one young woman from Ghana to present, with a global network of 559 grassroots leaders across 51 countries. 

You have funded 53 community development grants and 82 COVID-19 Community Response Grants. Just this year Student Scholars performed nearly 39,000 community service hours and together all scholars served 87,840 beneficiaries through paid and volunteer positions. With 55% of scholars supporting the education of someone else, the impact of your donation to WMI expands indefinitely.

Donate to WMI this Giving Tuesday! In the past 16 years you have helped support the growth of this organization, starting with the scholarship of one young woman from Ghana to present, with a global network of 559 grassroots leaders across 51 countries.

You have funded 53 community development grants and 82 COVID-19 Community Response Grants. Just this year Student Scholars performed nearly 39,000 community service hours and together all scholars served 87,840 beneficiaries through paid and volunteer positions. With 55% of scholars supporting the education of someone else, the impact of your donation to WMI expands indefinitely.
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That's awesome initiative, may God continue showering you with His blessings.

Great. I hope to becoming a scholar this year

Tayba Mugibel

Giving Tuesday is just one day away! Please share our work with your audience and let them know why you are investing in building a global network of grassroots leaders with WMI!

Giving Tuesday is just one day away! Please share our work with your audience and let them know why you are investing in building a global network of grassroots leaders with WMI! ... See MoreSee Less

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Absolutely true....will do this one more time...thanks for sharing such amazing information to us. Be blessed πŸ™

WMI Graduate Scholar Fru Delvis Ngang of Cameroon was awarded a WMI Scholarship and later Community Development Grants. He has since founded A2 HealthCare Solutions to provide quality healthcare services to those without access. Since 2019, the organization has served 1500 beneficiaries through a dynamic multi-faceted approach to providing care and reaching the most underserved populations.

WMI Graduate Scholar Fru Delvis Ngang of Cameroon was awarded a WMI Scholarship and later Community Development Grants. He has since founded A2 HealthCare Solutions to provide quality healthcare services to those without access. Since 2019, the organization has served 1500 beneficiaries through a dynamic multi-faceted approach to providing care and reaching the most underserved populations. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow...this is an amazing initiative. May God bless you πŸ™πŸ˜‡ let's keep winning πŸ’ͺπŸ’―

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