100% of your donation goes to a child living in extreme need.
Your support will absolutely transform their life!
Our costs are simple. It's just $48 per month or $576 for a full year of tuition (with books, uniforms, room and board) at both primary and secondary schools.
These students will become leaders within their communities, bringing about change and advancement for generations to come.
Peter Nkirrimpa lost his father 10 years ago. As a single parent, his Mum lives well below the poverty line and has trouble paying his school fees.
Peter is a very humble boy, and above average in his classes. He would do well to have a male role figure as a sponsor but would be happy just to be in the ACF program.
Mark is the second from the last child in a family of 5. He has 2 brothers; 2 sisters. Due to the on-going drought in Kenya, his parents have lost the few cattle they owned. Without any income, they are not able to keep him in school. Mark is a very polite and kind boy who hopes to get sponsored soon so he can continue his studies.
Talia Santo was born on July 2, 2015. She is the second born in a family of two girls from a single mother.
Talia is in grade 3 and her teachers tell us she always finishes top in her class. Her Mum worries that she will not be able to continue paying school fees and hopes we find a sponsor.
This fund was created for those people who would like to support our mission but are not ready to sponsor a child. It helps pay many additional costs including post-secondary education for the older students - which we believe is vital to break the cycle of poverty and bring about real change.
We have several more students who will be attending University within the next few years. WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW!
The ACF Scholarship Fund also provides for workshops, educational fieldtrips and student gatherings where we can collect grade cards, write letters and take pictures for sponsors.
100% of your donation goes to breaking the cycle of poverty and bringing about real change for our students!
Ann Soila comes from a family of two siblings, one sister and one brother. She is in kindergarten now and her teachers tell us she is very bright and outgoing - not to mention adorable!
Her mother sells a small grocery shop to make ends meet. Her father takes temporary jobs as he can find them.
Memiri is 11 years old and in grade 4. His father is a security worker getting less than five dollars a week to make ends meet. Memiri always finishes top in his class. He is an intelligent, hardworking young boy and even though he comes from a very poor background he is cheerful and upbeat.
Mary is 9 years old and in grade 3. She is a cheerful girl who loves playing and drawing animals. She is the second last born in a family of seven children. Five boys and two girls. Unfortunately, her parents lost their cattle in the long drought and no longer have any form of income.