Honor Your Heroes this Giving Season

Support a girl's education and you'll be a hero for life–now and for and many generations to come

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Support a girl's education and you'll be a hero for life–now and for and many generations to come

Calling All Heroes for End of Year Giving

Dorcas Oyugi has been a champion and hero for WISER girls since the inception of the organization. Through her 14 years of service as Principal, her unwavering dedication, support, and motherly guidance has inspired and encouraged the hardest-to-reach girls in rural Kenya to work hard and know that they can become more than what they ever dreamed. To honor Madame Dorcas and commemorate her retirement this fall, we are dedicating our End-of-Year Giving campaign to her–and to all of the female heroes in our lives.

Now, more than ever, WISER needs heroes to step forward to help ensure the continued support and education for its girls, with the intention to add as many as thirty more in the next year. $2600 sponsors everything a girl needs for one year, which shows that it doesn't take much to make a difference-not just in the life of one girl but for all her future generations as well.

With your gift to our Hero Fund, you have the option to donate in the name of a woman who has made a difference in your life-or in the lives of others. With your dedication you will receive a beautiful commemorative certificate to share as a gift, in addition to a card thanking your hero for the role that she has played in your life. Further, your heroes name and a brief description will be featured on a custom designed banner that will be displayed on campus at the WISER school so that your heroes may continue to inspire them in their everyday lives.

When making a donation, please make sure that you contact communications@wisergirls.org with why you have selected your hero and her address (or simply fill out the form on here).

Your hero can be any woman-and we encourage WISER Alumni and those who have visited the WISER campus to consider a woman they were inspired by while in Kenya-we'll make sure they receive a dedication as well.