To a poor child, education is the doorway to a world teeming with possibility. This is why Victory Foundation Programme supports the efforts of sponsored children around the world, giving them an opportunity to learn and dream.

It's been estimated that for every year a child stays in school, their future earning potential will be increased by 10-20%*. Education plays a central role in breaking the cycle of poverty.

Your support keeps children in school by providing:

  • Clothing - shoes and school uniforms
  • Supplies - backpacks, calculators, notebooks, pencils and pens
  • Library - reference materials, textbooks, study areas and computers
  • Study Aids - tutoring, educational workshops and special youth programs
  • Infrastructure - school repairs and classroom improvements

When funding allows, Victory Foundation Programme also strives to:

  • Renovate or expand schools
  • Provide teacher training and textbooks
  • Build new schools and libraries

Sponsorship Programs


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Housing Programs


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Community Projects

Community Projects

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Education Program


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Advocate Center

  • Advocate center


Your monthly sponsorship gift of $180 will provide:

  1. Emergency food as needed
  2. Medical and dental care
  3. Educational support
  4. Family assistance
  5. Clothes
  6. Shoes and more!

Sponsorship Program

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Contact Information

Trust Mansion Hse, Suite 5,
Tubman Road Off Koinange
P.O.Box 12903-00100, NBI-Kenya.
Tel: +254-20-2152224/5 | Cell: +254-733844336
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University of Nairobi