TEAA Newsletter #19
7307 Lindbergh Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63117
Your Contact Info: Please keep the editor informed of any
changes in your contact information.
Your News: Items for inclusion in future newsletters should also
be sent to the above address.
Notification: Before each issue I send out an email
asking for news items, but do not send a corresponding mailing to
snail mail readers due to the cost and time involved. However, snail
mail readers are also encouraged to send in items for the newsletter
at any time.
This online version of the newsletter omits the obituaries and
How to: Click in upper left to choose a topic, then in
lower left to choose a subtopic. Two general topics are...
"What's Hot" featuring the latest TEAA news and ...
"East Africa News" with excerpts and links. On most days, one
or two subtopics have new material. Special attention goes to
secondary education. Also ...
Earlier issues are online. Click "Member News," then "All
Lend a hand: Email your questions, suggestions and relevant
photos to email@example.com
Projects: TEAA and several individuals are active. To view a
list of projects click "Actions" (upper left) and then "Grants" (lower
left). To see photos and information on specific schools that we are
supporting, click "Schools" (upper left) and then a country (lower
- How to Help: If you are thinking of participating, please
click How to Help in the upper left corner of this website. You will
find information on how to contribute to continuing and future
- You can avoid taxes on capital gains in IRA accounts by
donating those funds to not-for-profits, including TEAA. We also
accept transfers of other appreciated stock. The simplest way to help
TEAA support schools in East Africa is by a check made out to
TEAA and sent to the TEAA treasurer: Henry Hamburger, 6400
Wynkoop Blvd, Bethesda, MD, 20817-5934. TEAA is registered as a
501(c)3 organization under the US tax code. Contributions in all
forms are acknowledged with a letter suitable for IRS purposes. Call
Henry at 301-320-4350 with any questions.
- British TEAs: The effort to locate more British TEAs has
stalled. The website 192.com was some help in the past. If any of
you know of a better way to search for people in the UK without
incurring considerable cost, please let the editor know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Proposals: Any TEAA-er can propose a grant to a school, by
copying and filling out the grant application on this website.
- Application Form: Click "Organization"
and then "Grant Application." Completed forms go to the
chair of the Grants Committee:
218 B St,
St Augustine, FL 32080
Note: Each item in the Contents is clickable.