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Anne’s KGSA Story

“As we work to create the light for others, we naturally light our own way.” Today we are sharing Anne’s KGSA volunteer story to remind us just how these words written by Mary Anne Radmacher ring true. Read on to hear from Anne about her recent experience in Kenya. Sixteen years ago, I set foot …

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Engineering Club

This past month, four supporters from the great state of Colorado (yes I’m biased 🤣) volunteered at the Kibera Girls Soccer Academy. JP and Anne Feve visited Kenya last year and couldn’t wait to go back. Here’s JP, who has a PhD in engineering, reflecting on his time at KGSA.  Witnessing the official start of KGSA’s …

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The girls are back in town

KGSA is back in session! The girls and staff are elated to be back to school for Term Two.  Because of your continued generous giving, here’s what you’ve helped the Kibera Girls Soccer Academy accomplish so far this academic year: 148 girls are receiving a free, holistic high school education  100 girls sleep at the …

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Flooding in Kenya

You may have heard that Kenya is experiencing high rains. Parts of the country including Nairobi and Kibera are flooding. At least 103 people have died and thousands have been displaced from their homes. Thankfully, the school and the surrounding neighborhood of Makina are on high ground and not impacted.  I’m in close contact with …

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What your gift made possible

It’s one of my favorite times of the year. The KGSA Foundation 2023 Annual Report is ready for you!  Writing the report is quite a labor of love – scrolling through all the photos to pick the best ones, reviewing the year’s milestones with the staff and reflecting on our favorite moments. And they are: Welcoming Madame …

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Term One is Done

KGSA celebrated the end of the first academic term with a closing ceremony. The teachers awarded prizes to the top three girls and most improved student from each class. Maize flour, salt, and sugar to share with their families, and notebooks, pens, and candy for the girls to enjoy.  Afterwards, the “day” students waved goodbye …

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