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.
Miriam is a bright and ambitious student. Coming from a family of eight kids in Makueni County, Miriam attends Kiliku Primary School. Despite financial hardships at home, she has shown incredible dedication to her studies, achieving a commendable score of 350 out of 500 in the previous term. Notably, she excels in science and attained an impressive 90% last term.
Miriam’s parents work as casual laborers and struggle to make ends meet, leaving them unable to afford education for their children. However, this has not dampened Miriam’s determination to succeed. Her dream is to become a journalist and break free from the cycle of poverty that has affected her family for years.
Beyond her academic achievements, Miriam has a radiant smile and a charming demeanor. You can empower her to pursue her dreams and uplift her family’s circumstances by supporting her. With your sponsorship, Miriam can have the opportunity to access quality education and unlock a brighter future.
Join us in making a difference in Miriam’s life. Your sponsorship will provide her with the means to achieve her goals and inspire her to impact her community positively. Together, let’s pave the way for a promising future for Miriam and create lasting change. Sponsor Miriam today and be part of her journey to success!
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.”