Sponsor a Student

All of our students are extraordinary and have overcome a lot in their education journey. While we’d like to tell all of their stories, let’s start with some stories selected especially for you.

Cyril

University Co-sponsorship




Cyril is a bright young woman with an unwavering spirit and a burning passion for education. She is the firstborn in a family of three siblings. Her parents, who are casual laborers, struggle to provide for the family, let alone afford an education. Despite these challenges, Cyril’s academic performance has been outstanding. She recently completed high school with a B+, showcasing her dedication and resilience.

Cyril’s dream is to pursue a course in commerce at the university level. She is passionate about this field because she sees it as a pathway to uplift her family and the entire community.

However, financial constraints threaten to derail her dreams. By co-sponsoring Cyril’s education, you will be investing in a brighter future for her and her community. Your support can change the trajectory of her life and set her on a path to success. Together, we can empower Cyril to achieve her dreams and make a lasting impact on her community. Co-sponsor Cyril today and be a part of her inspiring journey.

About this Sponsorship

Co-sponsoring Cyril’s university education is $1080 a year, or $90 per month. This amount, in addition to what another sponsor will put in, will cover the student’s tuition fees, monthly upkeep, accommodation, and medical care.

The Sponsor Experience

  • Cassie and Elijah

    “When we signed up to sponsor our students, we hoped it would help improve their lives. What we didn’t expect was how it would change ours.

    Our students have become our teachers about life, gratitude, optimism, and finding joy in each moment. Supporting an education is a direct investment into these students and their future. Through a sponsorship with Moja Tu, you have the opportunity to create a meaningful relationship with a student that will change not only their life, but yours as well.”