Happy New Year!

We at Project 214 are grateful for the successful year that was 2017 and look forward with excitement to 2018. There are several things we have on the horizon and we can’t wait to share them with you.

As humans looking to further the cause of humanity through education, we constantly revisit who we are as an organization and why we do what we do. To kick off 2018, we wanted to share with you just a bit of who we are and why we do, what we do.
Listen to our founder, Sofia Gonzalez, share the vision and mission of Project 214 by clicking here

Project 214 seeks to be a local source as we move toward becoming a global force. Part of our goal is to partner with local schools, classrooms and teachers to create a more sound learning experience for students. We were able to partner with Mrs. Martinez from Garfield Elementary School in Maywood IL, in adding more flare to her classroom. Click here for a short clip she sent us letting us know what she’ll be adding to her classroom!

Local Partnership

Mrs Martinez

Puerto Rico 2018

All of our hearts have been captivated by the destruction that Hurricane Maria left on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Project 214 is in the process of solidifying partnership with schools in Puerto Rico so that we may offer our assistance and help. Be on the look out for ways that we will offer aid to Puerto Rico in 2018. We’d love for you to consider being a part!


Thank You

We want to thank you all for being so faithful and generous in your support towards us. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without you. Let’s continue to work together, partnering to improve lives through the power of education.

Our desire is to promote education, provide resources and improve lives!




According to UNESCO, 61 million primary school-age children were not enrolled in school in 2010. Of these children, 47% were never expected to enter school, 26% attended school but left, and the remaining 27% are expected to attend school in the future.

It is our dream to remove obstacles that keep children from quality education while creating experiences that inspire learning.



Did you know that in developing, low-income countries, every additional year of education can increase a person’s future income by an average of 10%.

It is our desire to promote the power of literacy both locally and globally as a means to combat poverty and societal ills.



According to UNESCO, children of educated mothers are more likely to be vaccinated and less likely to be stunted because of malnourishment. In short, education makes the world a healthier and better place.

It is our hope to improve lives by giving people the knowledge and skills they need to keep learning, keep growing and keep getting educated.