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Last year our community rallied together to raise enough funds to provide school sponsorships -- including school fees, uniforms, backpacks, text books, supplies, and transportation -- to over 100 girls in Mozambique! This year, our goal is to double that: school sponsorships for 200 girls! And we can't do it alone! Help us spread the word and build momentum for our campaign via social media, blogs, and word-of-mouth. We can't do it without you!

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 encourage 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 2017 blog post recap here!