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Back to School Campaign

Cause progress
83.137254901961%
Raised $21,200.00
Goal $25,500.00

Did you know that high school is not free for Kenyans? Students have to pay between $200-600/ year for their education. We need your help keeping these 58 students in school so please consider sponsoring a child or giving a year-end donation.  United Nations Human Development Reports state 43% of Kenyans are living off of $1.25/ day so you can see how difficult or impossible it can be to put your child through school. Typically, families put their sons through high school instead of their daughters because they rely on their daughters getting married. We go and identify students that are in need of school fees, and you don’t have to look far to find them. Nothing makes us happier than seeing the burdens being lifted off families or orphans when you let them know they get to go to school because someone provided for them. How do you know your donation goes directly to a student’s education? Each December we travel to Kenya and pay each student’s yearly tuition directly to their schools’ bank account under each child’s name. We use this system because we want to know that each child is covered and because we are held accountable to our donors.

  • Total Donors10
  • Remaining TimeCampaign has ended
83.14% Raised
$21,200.00 donated of $25,500.00 goal
10 Donors
Campaign has ended

United Nations Human Development Reports state 43% of Kenyans are living off of $1.25/ day so you can see how difficult or impossible it can be to put your child through school. Typically, families put their sons through high school instead of their daughters because they rely on their daughters getting married. We go and identify students that are in need of school fees, and you don’t have to look far to find them. Nothing makes us happier than seeing the burdens being lifted off families or orphans when you let them know they get to go to school because someone provided for them.

How do you know your donation goes directly to a student’s education? Each December we travel to Kenya and pay each student’s yearly tuition directly to their schools’ bank account under each child’s name.  We use this system because we want to know that each child is covered and because we are held accountable to our donors.