Change for Change is a campaign brought on by HERO: a UNA-USA campaign. The HERO campaign is in partnership with the USAID. It is an awareness building and fund raising initiative dedicated to providing comprehensive, school-based support to orphans and vulnerable children living in HIV/AIDS-affected communities in Africa. UNA-USA stands for the United Nations Association of the United States of America. It is a center for innovative programs to engage Americans in issues of global concern. It's educational and humanitarian campaigns, along with its policy and advocacy programs, allow people to make a global impact at the local level. A non-profit organization, UNA-USA encourages United States leadership in the United Nations. Education is the key to a child's future, but for orphans and vulnerable children, schools play a far greater role than academic learning. Schools become a place to not only get an education, but a place where children can receive a meal, drink clean water, receive counseling and learn life building skills that will ultimately serve their own community. The Hero program works in Ethiopia, Namibia, South Africa, and Zambia. Hero schools can range from 50 to 900 students at a school. Change for Change is my fund raising technique for the Hero campaign. Change for Change collects small amounts of donations. If 100 people gave a nickel a day for 365 days, that would equal $1825. That amount of money could save an entire village from harshness of extreme poverty. With that money, one could build a school and still have money for supplies. "Education is the most powerful weapon you can uste to change the world", said Nelson Mandela. Heroes are born and made... find the HERO in you. Be a champion for change!