Sponsorships


 You can make a difference in the life of a child.

Founded in 2012, the program is specifically designed to reach children at-risk for sexual exploitation and HIV on the Kenyan Coast.


Our one-to-one sponsorship model, enables each sponsor to contribute directly to a child of their choosing and to maintain a relationship with them through letters and other coorespondence. Your sponsorship of $40/month will provide your child with the opportunity of a lifetime. You can be confident that your donation goes directly to the child you select through Retouch. Throughout the year, sponsors receive letters, grade reports and other correspondence from their child. On occasion, sponsors are invited to join us in site visits to meet their child and family!

Want to create long-term change in an impoverished community? You can now choose a "share" of a classroom for $20/month. Instead of sponsoring one specific child, you will be taking care of a whole class. Your sponsorship will be paired with others who also want to help this classroom.  Together, you will provide everything the kids need to go to school: backpacks, shoes, uniforms, meals and textbooks. You will receive different updates throughout the year such as how the class is doing, a letter from a child in that class, updates from the teacher and news from the school.

To read more about our children, their communities, and the different sponosrship options, please click on the pictures below.


 Consider becoming a Sponsor Today


 

Sponsor First Grade!

This year, we are offering a way to make an impact in multiple lives at the same time! Our new school in Birikani is in great need of funding and we are looking for people who want to make an in...

15 of 30 Shares Sponsored

Sponsor Second Grade!

This year, we are offering a way to make an impact in multiple lives at the same time! Our new school in Birikani is in great need of funding and we are looking for people who want to make an in...

9 of 30 Shares Sponsored

Sponsor Third Grade!

This year, we are offering a way to make an impact in multiple lives at the same time! Our new school in Birikani is in great need of funding and we are looking for people who want to make an in...

3 of 30 Shares Sponsored

Asha

Asha Mwajoa is in Third Grade at our Birikani School. Our school is located in a very rural area. Farming is the main income source, however with little rains and long dry seasons, many families...

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Blessing

Blessing Ogai attends our Good Samaritan school. Our school is located in what some would call a "slum". We call it a village of hope. All of our students come from the surrounding community. Mo...

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Chari

Chari Kombo is in Kindergarten in our Birikani School. Our school is located in a very rural area. Farming is the main income source, however with little rains and long dry seasons, many familie...

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Chinyavu

Chinyavu Rama is in Kindergarten in our Birikani School. Our school is located in a very rural area. Farming is the main income source, however with little rains and long dry seasons, many famil...

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David

David is in Secondary school in Mombasa. He is an incredible young man who is very passionate about completing school. He dreams of becoming a car mechanic. In a community where many young men g...

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Disii

Disii Nema is in Second Grade at our Birikani School. Our school is located in a very rural area. Farming is the main income source, however with little rains and long dry seasons, many families...

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Dzame

Dzame Chome is in Fourth Grade at our Birikani School. Our school is located in a very rural area. Farming is the main income source, however with little rains and long dry seasons, many familie...

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Halima

Halima Kahindi attends our Good Samaritan school. Our school is located in what some would call a "slum". We call it a village of hope. All of our students come from the surrounding community. M...

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Halima

Halima Juma attends our Good Samaritan school. Our school is located in what some would call a "slum". We call it a village of hope. All of our students come from the surrounding community. Most...

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