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Progress education as a tool against poverty. Nothing is too little, $0.50 buys a child's lunch
“In a world where nearly 400 million children belong to families that live on less than $1.90 a day, child sponsorship is a strategic way to provide children with compassion, resources, and hope.”
Through a relationship between a local representative and caring sponsor, a child is able to discover their true value through education.
$10/month can help eradicate systemic inequalities preventing access to education and future opportunities.
It is hard to break the cycle of poverty if a child does not have access to financial or educational resources that could empower them.
3 out of 5 children in Kenya do not have the basic materials needed to support learning. Your $15 monthly donation can give 1 child access to quality education for 1 WHOLE YEAR. 100% of your generosity will bring pens, pencils, and books to these kids.
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.
Meet Brian, whose pursuit of education continues to defy all odds.
This is a true story. Brian remains hopeful that he will soon be able to finish his high school education. His story continues to unfold, and is even more inspiring today.
Learn about breaking the cycle of poverty through education.
With the help of a well-wisher, or little Rosie was finally able to join school this year! She sleeps holding her school bag and has recently learned to draw a cat! Read more about our Rosie.
Meet Queen; a future teacher.
This is a true story. Our Queenie has since benefited from the generosity of our sponsors, and is now in her final year of Primary School. Her story continues to unfold, and is even more beautiful now.
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Tuition normally costs between $50 and $400 per year across 95% of schools in Kenya.