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Become a Sponsor
Full sponsors are the pillars which support the foundation of our program. By becoming a full sponsor, you provide a young Zambian woman with all of her educational needs (school fees, boarding fees, school supplies, books, etc.) while simultaneously covering her supplementary curriculum and artisanal workshops as well as the minor administrative fees Bakashana incurs to provide these activities, for the period of one year. Whether you decide to donate monthly, or pay in one lump sum, you can provide the opportunity and support a young Zambian woman needs for her personal and educational development with Bakashana!
* You will be a full sponsor of the young woman you select, and will be put in contact so that the two of you may learn and grow together! This includes mail, email, and/or phone correspondence, depending on your preferences.*
This level of support enables us to provide a high school education to an aspiring young woman who, under no other circumstances, would be able to continue her education. Many are orphaned, at-risk for early pregnancy & early marriage, and lack financial support in their lives. Your funds provide tuition, room & board, uniforms, books, school supplies, tutoring, & textbooks for one year.
* You will be a partial sponsor of the young woman you select, and have the option of correspondence so that the two of you may learn and grow together!
Not sure which to choose? Become a Friend of Bakashana and donate any amount you please!
All donations are used to assist our grantees. Any donation, however modest, helps!
There are many more academically gifted girls from households in poverty than there are spots in the KMG program. Increasingly, young Zambians and their families are realizing the value of an education. In 1996, 21% of girls were enrolled in secondary school. In 2006, female enrollment had increased to 39%. Therefore the target audience is significant, with a large number of qualified young women in need of the financial and familial support to attend upper education.
Bakashana is a non-profit organization exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)3 of the internal revenue code, and as such is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, transfers or gifts under sections 2055, 2106, or 2522. We are a public charity and all contributions are tax-deductible.