Strength for the Journey accepts supply donations in addition to monetary donations
Donate via PayPal
Be their Strength for the Journey throughout the entire year: $20 a month can add two new books to our school libraries, $50 a month can provide paper and art materials for all Strength for the Journey students, $100 can fund our music or literacy program. Choose PayPal and click «yes» in the pop-up under “Would you like to make this a recurring donation?”.
Make checks payable to Strength for the Journey, DR, and mail to
Strength for the Journey, DR, P.O. Box 51, Port Clinton, OH 43452
Sponsor a One Room School
A one time donation of $200 will equip 5 children and the teacher in a one room school with materials necessary to start the school year. Donors who adopt a school will be given monthly photos of the children and learning activities made possible by the donations.
Donations within the Dominican Republic
To make donations within the Dominican Republic, email us and we will give you the necessary information
A Note on Fees:
All online donation websites charge processing fees on donations, including PayPal. To avoid processing fees, please donate via check directly to Strength for the Journey at our mailing address. Strength for the Journey, DR is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.
We are happy to accept donations from visitors traveling to the North Coast of the Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata, Sosua, Cabarete, Santiago.) Donations can be dropped off at our learning center in Jamao al Norte. Or, contact us at 1 (849) 915-1581 and we will pick up the donation at your resort.
Educational supplies are our greatest need, but we will accept household goods, toys, clothing, and shoes that are in good condition and can be placed in out Jamao Donation Center.
Please DO NOT donate the following:
Books in Spanish above a 5th grade reading level
Books in English above a 2nd grade reading level
Damaged or unusable markers, crayons, or pencils
Donation Practices to Avoid
Random gift giving to children you do not personally know: This can foster an unhealthy dependency of foreign visitors. We do not want our children to accept gifts from strangers and to come to expect and demand these gifts.