MAASAI GIRLS EDUCATION FUND
June 1, 2010
I learned of the Maasai Girls Education fun through my church. I realized that while it only takes $250 to fund one year of schooling for one child, I was wearing a pair of $100 shoes and had at least two more pairs at home that cost that much. I was ashamed that I was not doing more for people like the Maasai girls. I further looked at the organization and realized how committed the leaders were and knew I could make a difference - a small difference but yet a difference. People ask me why I choose to fund this organization when there are many need within the United States. I answer, "Yes, there are many needy in the United States and many outstretched hands to help them. The Maasai girls deserve this chance also so I have extended what I can to them. Not only my parents but community members helped me to get a bachelor's and master's degree - it's now my turn to pay it forward."
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
By sending money every month I am able to support at least one primary schoolchild and some years two. I've always wished it was more.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Donor & Donated funding to support the mission.