AICS Education Fund

This Fund is dedicated to getting children to school by paying the school fees of the selected applicants through vetting of the most needy cases. We vet and select the most needy cases due to limited resources. However, ideally most of the applicants’ merit to criteria for selection as their backgrounds are evidently poor.


Raising funds for Education Fund

10% of income from our Social Enterprise supports a Scholar-Leadership Program. This sustains young people in school and builds their skills in leadership and philanthropy through community projects they initiate.


We approach the various corporates, both public and private in Kenya and beyond to offer their help inform form financial support as part of their corporate social responsibility. These corporates, decide on their own the number of children they want to sponsor based on the yearly. This, we do by building cases on behalf of these children who are not able to ask for themselves. All the corporates that partner with us, are listed in all our media including this website.

Our EduFund Corporate Sponsor(s)


We also approach the individual donors, by selling the stories of these need children. Indeed there are many who have been touched by their predicament and have offered to support partly or fully the school fees needs for these children. Equally we wiah to recognise the following individual donors of the AICS EduFund:

1. Lynn Ngugi   2. Danor Ochieng   3. Samuel Munyuwiny   4. George Khisa

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We also rally the various sponsors, bought corporates and individuals to partner with us in supporting these children

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Scholar-Leadership Program

We believe in preparing young people for leadership with compassion. Beneficiary of scholarship funding from AICS Education Fund are encouraged to initiate a community project. In implementing the project, they work with a mentor to learn skills in leadership, project management, community engagement, fundraising among others. By contributing to the AICS Education Fund, you also contribute to community empowerment project and prepare young leaders.

(Above, center): Elizabeth Muthoni Munee, 15 years old student at Mitaboni Girls secondary school, conducting awareness on menstrual hygiene in a low income neighbourhood in Nairobi Kenya. This is part of her leadership and philanthropy development program. Every beneficiary of the AICS Education Fund participates in a Scholar-Leadership program to prepare them to be the next generation philanthropists. In the process, they are trained in project planning, fundraising and community engagement through a mentor. These are done with sensitivity to the school program. Support her education and community project through donations and partnering in the project.

(29%) Children currently on the program

(71%) Children currently on the WAIT LIST

USD$ 250:
Budget on 1 child

10% of the AICS Education Fund budget comes from AICS Social Enterprise

Application Requirements

- Application letter from child,
- Passport size photo,
- Copy of Birth Certificate,
- Letter of introduction from the school,
- Academic report card for the last term,
- Invoice/fee demand note.

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Monitoring & Evaluation

Our interventions are evidence based and so we have put in place very strong Monitoring and Evaluation framework both for Edufund and The Scholar-Leadership Program. In Education Fund we have adopted the model of supporting the selected children all through their education so that we are able to track impacts of our interventions as opposed to one off support. We also follow closely the indicators set for success of this program such fully compliance in school attendance and performance through reporting cards. We also document the M&E results to help develop lessons learnt for future programs.

For Scholar Leadership programs, the monitoring and evaluation framework is adhered to ensure the community projects these scholars engage in, are impactful to the community and the changes can be evidenced, both in the community and in the mindset of the scholars.






We thank all our individual contributors.

To see a complete list of our past and current individual contributors, click here