Child Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship Please Note: The following students have now all received sponsorship thanks to our generous donors.

Sponsorship to Secondary School

Students who have qualified to go to Secondary School by gaining the necessary marks in the Kenya Primary Certificate of Education (KPCE) exam. These students require funding to attend Secondary School for the next 4 years. Without sponsorship they will be unable to go to Secondary School, or attain any future university qualifications.

The cost for this is $1600 per year (approx. $135 per month) which includes full board, uniform, and stationery costs.

Class 8

Sponsorship to Attend Ark Quest Education Centre

Students who continue to attend Ark Quest Education Centre, and are unable to pay their school fees due to extreme poverty.

The cost for this is $520 per year (or $10 per week).

Class 7

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 3

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