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Mission Statement

In This Country

WE literally and expeditiously donate, to a student and educational institution, any educational items lost or damaged during an accident if the mishap was unforeseen.

WE make sure that computers are within the affordable reach of all students and schools.

In Non-Developed and War/Natural Disaster Affected Area

WE make sure that students and educational institutions receive basic educational materials expeditiously.


World Educational Relief is a non-profit 501c(3) organization. In this country, we are the first and only educational emergency first responders for students and educational institutions. That means, if a student or school is involved in an accident, such that there is a loss or damage of any educational material, be it pen, pencil, books, printers, copiers, computer, school bus, etc, we will, as a matter of urgency, replace the lost or damaged items absolutely free, as long as we have them in stock. If we do not have the items in stock, we will promptly contact our consortium who will immediately send the materials to the victim student. Overseas, we help students in non-developed countries and war/natural disaster ravaged areas recover and receive basic educational materials.

Upon being aware of any educational accidents, we perform our emergency rescue runs PROMPTLY and EXPEDICIOUSLY. That means, we respond to educational emergencies the same way paramedics respond to health related issues.

We also operate a COMPUTER GIVEAWAY CENTER where we refurbish donated computers and we give them to needy students. We also conduct basic computer training.

We can accomplish all these only by the generous support from organizations like yours. As a non-profit, we depend of the public for assistance and exposure.



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