We offer 3 different types of memberships to cater to the unique circumstances and interests of each individual classrooms/participant. Giving a voice to these children has continuedenique to enlighten and surprise us, as the exchanges have fostered an environment of global curiosity and learning on both sides. Children in the developed world are often emboldened to raise money and awarness to help their partner school, while showcasing pen pal letters helps to inform other global citizens about the daily lives and plights of children in the developing world. This gives us further insight to establish and grow sustainable programs and solutions in developing communities.

Have Questions? Browse Our FAQ or Contact Us
CLASSROOM PARTICIPATION
Spark up a sense of unity. Monthly participation is only $40 and includes all materials, educational outlines and a starter kit so you can begin your global exchange with excitement and ease. Students working toward a common cause to better themselves and their partner school opens up a new world of ideas, language and history.
PRO-BONO PARTICIPATION
For classrooms in rural or developing communities who cannot afford the monthly fee, Ubuntu Mail welcomes you to apply for pro bono articipation.
JOIN TODAY ~ OR ~ APPLY FOR AN INTERVIEW
* to access the form as a pro-bono participant you should enter a code (which will be given during interview)
INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION
We understand that inspiration is not limited to students and teachers. If our work motivates you, but you're not currently in a classroom, don't let that stop you from taking individual action! Participation as an individual only costs $20 per month and allows you to reap all of the benefits of a worldwide, exploration exchange.
Interested in Participation? Learn about Terms and Conditions
Want to represent our activities in your area?

Want to experience the impact first hand?
Volunteer with Ubuntu Mail

  • Teach conversational English, math, and other classroom subjects
  • –°are for vulnerable and at-risk children in children's homes and orphanages
  • Help construct and repair classrooms, community centers, and health clinics
  • Provide nutrition health care and education
  • and so much more that you can do