Make a Difference – Be a Sponsor
Sponsor a SEGA Student
There are a lot of ways to make a difference in this world – the key is finding an opportunity and a need that speaks to you. We find our calling in creating a safe place where vulnerable girls who otherwise could not attend school, can learn, dream and confidently grow into themselves. We hope this cause speaks to you too.
If you are in a place where you are looking to make a significant difference in another’s life, we ask that you consider sponsoring one of our SEGA students. By sponsoring a student, you will directly impact her life by helping to pay for your student’s food, books, educational material, medical exams, recreational equipment, uniforms and teachers’ salaries. You will also have the opportunity to build a relationship with your student through letters throughout the year.
Please meet several of our students who need a sponsor. If you are interested in supporting one of these girls, please visit our Sponsorship page or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My name is Grace. At home, I live with my grandmother and aunt. They are peasants and work in small farms. My father is alive but he left when I was young and doesn’t care for me. I am in the art club at Sega and love to draw pictures.
My name is Rehema. My father left us and I live with my mother and young brother. At home, my mother is a peasant—her farm is too small to have a good harvest. My favorite subject is English. Working in the garden and planting vegetables is another favorite of mine. After I finish all of my studies and university, I want to be a lawyer and help people.
My name is Theresia. I live with my aunt after my mother passed away when I was very young. She tries to take care of my cousins and me but my aunt cannot find work, so there is no money. I like learning English at SEGA because I want to be very good in English speaking. I like working in the garden with my classmates. After I complete my studies, I want to be a pilot so as to travel all over the world.
My name is Nasma. I live with my mother, grandmother, young sister and brother. My father left and does not live with us. I love to dance.
My name is Farida. I am 14 years old. My parents passed away and now I live with my aunt. Chemistry is my favorite subject and I want to be a doctor or a science teacher.