We helped build a playground for the children of a village called Gyahadze.
Our students worked closely with ISHEW, an NGO in Ghana that helps rural Ghana with sustainable support to allow them to become self sufficient.
Students painted the classrooms that are used to educate the kids rescued from trafficking by Challenging Heights.
We were able to bring donated computers that are now in the computer lab at Challenging Heights.
We brought over $20,000 in medical supplies to support Dr. Amoussou, founder of Holy Cross, a hospital that provides free care to the needy.
We were able to bring hundreds of dollars worth of educational supplies to the special education department at the school in Gyahadze.
Founder of Challenging Heights, James Kofi Annan, came to Castle Rock to talk to the students about his mission to help the kids of Ghana.
Money raised by Castle View HS during their "Make a Difference Week" which has given Challenging Heights the money to build classrooms for the kids they rescue from trafficking.
The classrooms Castle View funded in their MAD week. The plaque on one of the classrooms recognizes their efforts.
We funded books and jerseys for village's school in Gyahadze.