60 Students in 30 Days
2nd Annual Student Sponsorship Drive
SPONSOR A STUDENT IN KENYA TODAY
We know the value of education goes well beyond the classroom. A more educated individual is a more fulfilled individual with the confidence to make better choices for their family and community. Studies show that a solid education helps to build awareness of individual rights, the law and each person's responsibilities to their community. Indeed, an educated world is a more peaceful world.
Sign up today and be a part of our "60 Students in 30 Days Campaign". Sponsoring a student is easy. You can choose between an annual donation of $285 to cover the entire school year or schedule a monthly reoccurring donation of only $24.
1. Sign up | 2. Get matched | 3. Receive email with electronic photo | 4. Check your mail | 5. Follow the progress of one student
How does sponsorship work? Can I communicate with my student? These questions and more answered on the East African Center's webpage FAQs webpage.
PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS CAMPAIGN AND SHARE THIS FLIER WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY!
"Yussaf has the best smile. In his photos and in his writings. And, watching his sense of humor and outlook on life grow through the years has been amazing. Being a sponsor feels a little selfish sometimes, because of the joy this small gift brings to me. Yussaf loves soccer and reading and prides himself on being punctual - thank you EAC for giving Yussaf a platform for his opinions and dreams."
THE KAHN FAMILY
"We sponsor students through the EAC program because I believe that education is the foundation for building stronger communities and countries. "
"I have worked in schools for most of my career, so I know how important education is for putting children on a path for success. I also know that in many parts of the world, children especially girls, don't have the same educational opportunities we have here in the US. I support the EAC because I believe every child deserves a chance to succeed at school and the EAC makes high quality education available in a chronically under served rural area. It makes me feel really good to know that for under $300 per year I can make a lasting impact on a student in Kenya. The EAC may be a small organization, but their impact is huge!"