This program seeks to build grass-root connections between students in the west and the poorest of the poor students overseas. It costs USD $30.00 a month to sponsor a class of approximately 15 to 20 students (USD $1.50 per student a month). These classes teach the fundamentals of education in order to provide a way for these impoverished children to rise out of an unheard and unseen life. They are taught English, Computer, and Leadership skills.
By connecting a young child with a young child from one of these overseas programs, a magical experience is passed on that becomes the most significant part of an education. Each child involved grows up understanding more about the world and how they are able to make a difference locally and globally. They experience a genuine connection and unique understanding through communication with the famine feed and other tribal children.
SEED prefers children who are drop out/never attended any school from poor communities. Most of the children do not have access to any school due to poor parents. When these desperate children have nowhere else to attend school, SEED becomes their place to get education and some nutrition alongwith healthcare.