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Last year during the 2018 #IStandForGirls Campaign, our community rallied together to raise enough funds to provide school sponsorships (which include school fees, uniforms, backpacks, school supplies, and transportation) to 200 girls in Mozambique! This year, our goal is to continue supporting these children, making sure that they are fully supported and can continue in school through high school and beyond!

JOIN THE #ISTANDFORGIRLS MOVEMENT AND BECOME PART OF A COMMUNITY THAT'S MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR GIRLS IN EASTERN AFRICA!


 
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$20/month or $240/year

For $20 each month, or $240 each year, you can sponsor the education of a girl in Mozambique and impact the trajectory of her life for years to come!  Education creates opportunity and there is no better lasting gift that you could give!


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Your sponsorship provides access to education for one girl in Mozambique and includes all school fees, uniform, backpack, school supplies, books, photocopies, and transportation costs.


Give MONTHLY

Sponsorship is a monthly recurring commitment. We ask you to make a minimum one-year initial commitment to avoid disruption throughout the school-year.

Give YEARLY

 

GIVE A ONE-TIME GIFT

Your gift allows us to provide holistic education programs to our girls in Mozambique. These programs include health education, after-school tutoring, extra-curricular activities, parent-teacher conferences, and empowerment workshops!

 
 

Once you've joined our cause, share your message on social media!

  • 1. Take a photo of yourself holding a piece of paper with "#IStandForGirls" written on it.

  • 2. Post on social media, tag Kurandza (@lovekurandza on Instagram & Twitter, Kurandza on Facebook) and using the #IStandForGirls hashtag.

  • 3. Share in the caption why YOU stand for girls and why girls education & empowerment is important, and ask your network to join the movement at www.kurandza.org/istandforgirls.

Want to learn more about last year's #IStandForGirls campaign? Check out our 2018 blog post recap here!