Sponsor a student for $500 a year - Double your dollars and your impact.

This October a generous donor is matching 10 four-year sponsorships. Join us in sponsoring a student and giving the gift of education to a high school or university student in Kenya.

To have your scholarship dollars matched and sponsor a student for $500/year, email us at info@educationforallchildren.org or go to our Donate Page and under "Donation Dedication" tell us that you would like to participate in the matching funds campaign and what gender you would like to support - or if you would like to support a specific student, this is a good place to let us know. 

For more detailed information, contact us at info@educationforallchildren.org or give us a call at 315-262-6201. 

Bernard is a Form I student at Makueni Boys School. He dreams of becoming an electrical engineer and bringing electricity to communities across Kenya.

Bernard is a Form I student at Makueni Boys School. He dreams of becoming an electrical engineer and bringing electricity to communities across Kenya.

In sub-Saharan Africa 10 million children drop out of school every year.

EFAC is working to challenge this statistic through access to education and comprehensive education-to-employment programs in Kenya for vulnerable boys and girls.

This year EFAC has 6 bright students who need funding to complete their high school education. To see their profiles, or to select a student, you can visit EFAC’s secondary sponsorship page by clicking here

Irene is a first year student at Moi University Pursuing a Bachelors' Degree in Education. Irene hopes to work with students with special needs in her future.

Irene is a first year student at Moi University Pursuing a Bachelors' Degree in Education. Irene hopes to work with students with special needs in her future.

Did you know that every additional year of school that a woman attends school increases her wages by an average of 12%.

Our university and diploma students receive mentoring and hands-on employment training to enhance their degree programs. EFAC scholars select academic fields that will allow them to serve their communities and country and our EFAC scholars, both male and female are actively involved in giving back to their communities. 

There are currently nine unfunded university students who are in need of funds to continue their education. To see EFAC's current list of unfunded university students, please visit EFAC's post secondary sponsorship page by clicking here. 

To sponsor a student for $500/year, go to our Donate page and under "Donation Dedication" tell us that would like to participate in the matching funds campaign and what gender you would like to support -- or if you would like to support a specific student, this is a good place to let us know as well. For more detailed information, contact us at info@educationforallchildren.org or give us a call us at 315-262-6201. 

Thank you for giving the gift of education.


Education For All Children (EFAC) has been selected to join The Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings Initiative and the Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education as a member of the Girls CHARGE Collaborative. The collaborative of more than 50 partner organizations aims to reach more than15 million girls worldwide by 2019. New partnerships were announced by former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard during an event hosted at the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative on September 29, 2015.

As an official Girls CHARGE partner EFAC will support and enhance two major priority areas: access to education programs for girls and transitioning programs for girls to ensure successful transitions to higher education, leadership and employment.

EFAC co-founder Rod Van Sciver shared his thoughts on this new and important partnership, "EFAC is thrilled to be a CHARGE partner. It is only though true collaboration with like-minded organizations that we can all reach our shared goal of seeing the women of this world reach their innate potential." 

ABOUT GIRLS CHARGE
Launched as a 2014 Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action and championed by Former Prime Minister of Australia Ms. Julia Gillard, the Clinton Foundation, and the Brookings Institution, Girls CHARGE brings together over 50 public, private, and civil society organizations and has committed more than $800 million to reach more than 15 million girls in 40 countries by 2019. Addressing issues of school access, school safety, quality learning, life transitions beyond secondary schooling, and local leadership for girls’ education, Girls CHARGE continues to grow and serves a community to share best practices, research, learnings, and monitoring and evaluation models.