Jubilee Scholarship Fund – Supporting bright & needy Kids to pursue their Dreams
Many bright kids from poor families in Kenya have exemplary results at Primary School but are financially unable to join Secondary School.
The Jubilee Scholarship Fund offers support to these students to help them complete Secondary education. The program currently sponsors 160 students, with an equal number of kids on the waiting list.
The cost for 4 years of high school in Kenya is around 3.300 US$ per child and our goal is to raise 100.000 US$. We pledge to match each private donation with an equal amount donated from us, up to a maximum of 50,000 US$.
Thus, we aim to change the lives of many bright & needy kids and help them to pursue their dreams just like we pursue ours in embarking on our journey.
Below, we are sharing with you the profiles of some of the students who are currently on the waiting list for the Jubilee Scholarship Fund. Mouse over a students image to read their profile.
Fredrick O. Owoko
Fredrick’s a talented football player and enjoys athletics. He scored 257 in KCPE
Gabriel O. Ndolo
Gabriel loves playing football. He scored 373 marks in KCPE
Sofia M. Ochego
Sofia enjoys playing basketball and is in the school team. She scored 362 marks in KCPE
Helen A. Odera
Helen is an active member of the Bible Club debate and football. She scored 314 in KCPE
Joseph O. Omondi
Joseph has great zeal in playing Rugby and Football. He scored 315 in KCPE
Kenas is skilled in Ruby and is interested in promoting peace. He scored 287 in KCPE
John P. Ndayambaje
John Paul’s active in debate and sports. He scored 321 in KCPE
Elizabeth is a cheerful girl and a member of the Christian union. She scored 305 in KCPE
John E. Erupe
John is a talented athlete and in the field of long and high jumps. He scored 359 in KCPE
Nicholas N. Mosoi
Nicholas is well-behaved and has a great personality. He scored 382 in the KCPE
James K. Onyango
James enjoys ball games and is talented in journalism. He scored 320 in KCPE
Wycliff is a bright boy who is hardworking and cheerful. He scored 352 in KCPE
How you can help
As mentioned above, the total cost for 4 years of high school education in Kenya is around 3.300 US$ per child and our goal is to raise 100.000 US$ to sponsor 30 kids through high school. We would be thrilled if you help us to achieve this goal!
The Jubilee Scholarship Fund is a registered charity in Kenya (Haki Foundation Trust - Registration-Number: T062/001/M/2011/W) and we assure you that 100% of your donation is used for supporting the secondary education of the kids. Furthermore, we pledge to match each private donation with an equal amount donated from us, up to a maximum of 50,000 US$.
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