What is So They Can's Impact Circle?
So They Can's Impact Circle brings together like-minded social investors who are motivated to activate through their networks to end poverty through education in Africa.
As an Impact Circle Ambassador, you will pledge to donate $5000 a year and recruit 9 other Impact Circle Investors to join your circle and donate $5000 individually, annually for 5 years.
Everything you need to know...
By committing to So They Can's Impact Circle Community, your investment will complete the construction of 52 schools and change the future for 33,000 children living in poverty.
You will be instrumental in:
- Constructing 264 classrooms in vulnerable school communities
- Drilling 26 water bore holes to establish sustainable safe water sources
- Building 271 toilet blocks
- Creating 34 safe girls' changing rooms to enable our girls to stay in school when they have their period
In exchange, you will:
- Be invited to an exclusive keynote event every year with fellow Impact Circle Investors
- Have the opportunity to visit Africa and experience firsthand the impact of your support
- Receive regularly updates on your investment from Cass, our Co-Founder and CEO
Ready to join the Impact Circle? Click the button below to email Cass and start the ripple effect now.
Why your investment is so important...
N'gambo Primary School, located in drought-ridden Baringo County, Kenya, is just one of So They Can's Partner Schools that desperately needs urgent school infrastructure investment.
Right now the youngest children are learning outside under the blazing sun all day. Some of the older students are studying in makeshift classrooms made out of abandoned aid tents and tin shelters, sitting on rocks with little-to-no school supplies.
The school has no source of water, which results in students — usually girls — having to walk long distances each day to collect water. A lack of water also means the school is unable to operate a sustainable School Feeding Program, meaning many of students go hungry (school feeding programs are critical and often provide the only meal that a child will eat in a day).
The lack of school infrastructure for school communities like N'yambo is more than just a physical problem. It represents a barrier to progress, a crushing weight that roadblocks student's dreams and potential. Without functional classrooms, their abilities remain untapped, and the chance to escape the cycle of poverty diminishes.