Slotland Online Casino Raises Awareness, Funds to Educate Malawi


We all love to help others when we can, and one of our approved online casino’s has done just that. Slotland, home to some of the most unique and thrilling casino slot gamesas well as video pokers has been actively aiding in funding a school for the children in Malawi.

The school, boNGO’s, which stands for “based on Need-driven Grassroots Ownership” is flourishing and is currently active in development of new programs to help more children in need of an education.

Slotland, who has raised more than $100,000 in funding for the construction for boNGO’s first school building and to support its staff in the early years, is  motivating and encouraging players to also donate to this worldwide cause.

“It’s so gratifying to see that a project we’ve been so involved in has continued to be so successful” said Slotland Manager Michael Hilary. “We’re happy to help boNGO spread the word about its work and to help them raise money to continue making such a difference to so many children in Malawi.”

Your donations of just $4 covers the cost of one child’s school expenses, including lunch for a month, and $20 pays one teacher’s monthly salary.

In 2010 boNGO produced an HIV awareness film that has been seen by thousands of people. Through the story of a 17-year-old prostitute, Zione, they are learning about the importance of using condoms as protection. Work has begun on another film, B’ella, a secondary-school drama exploring friendships, love and the impact of HIV/AIDS on the people of Malawi.

Players who wish to share their good fortune by supporting an organization that has been making a real difference in Malawi can make a donation by PayPal on the group’s website:

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