E3 Africa is an organization committed to educating the orphaned, impoverished and often forgotten of God's children in both mind and spirit.  We trust that God will lay it upon the hearts of those who follow Him to provide the resources necessary to change the lives of the vulnerable children we seek to serve.

For small and medium-sized non-profit organizations, the most challenging area to fund is the non-restricted, operational expense budget.  For E3 Africa, this expense type is known as "Development Funds" and includes critical items such as staff, program literature, accounting and audit services, fundraising and software subscriptions, as well as, utilities such as electricity, telephone and internet.

Both program and development funding are essential in order for E3 Africa to continue impacting the lives of hundreds (and eventually thousands!) of children.

If you would like to donate, hold a fundraising event or run a capital/development campaign, please let us know and contact our Executive Director, Anthony Ventriere, at We welcome your involvement!

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E3 Africa devotes more than

 74% ​​​​​​​of total donations

 directly ​​​​​​​to educating students

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E3 Africa

18521 East Queen Creek Road

Suite 105-273

Queek Creek, Arizona 85142

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E3 Africa

18521 East Queen Creek Road

Suite 105-273

Queen Creek, Arizona 85142


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E3 Africa Store

Shop for rosary beads and other jewelry that we purchase from Ugandan villagers for a fair price. The profits support our student program.

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