Empowering Maasai girls to achieve their full potential
breaking the cycle of poverty and oppression
changing lives one girl at a time
Empower a girl, transform a community
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Empowering Maasai Girls to achieve their full potential
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Breaking the cycle of poverty and oppression
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Changing lives, one girl at a time
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Empower a girl, transform a community
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Maasai Girls Rescue Center mission, to transform the lives of the most vulnerable, at-risk Maasai girls in Tanzania.

Maasai Girls Rescue Center mission, to transform the lives of the most vulnerable, at-risk Maasai girls in Tanzania.

CHANGING LIVES, ONE GIRL AT A TIME

Maasai Girls Rescue Center (MGRC) began with one man rescuing one girl. To date, MGRC has saved the lives of over 50 Maasai girls who were malnourished, diseased or injured.

HOW TO HELP

2021 Holiday Campaign
Safety and Security – A Christmas gift that keeps on giving
Maasai Girls Rescue Center is on the verge of becoming an ecoVillage! In order to give even more at-risk girls the chance to survive and thrive, we purchased 15 acres of land and started a 3-acre ecoFarm. Our next step is protecting the property where we will build homes for 120 Maasai girls. That is double our capacity!

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Visitor & Volunteer Program
Visit Us in Karatu, Tanzania
MGRC visitors are an integral part of our organization, and help in a variety of ways to contribute to our mission. Experience a barbecue, listen to the girls sing, talk with them about their daily lives. The cultural connections that are formed could change your life and theirs.

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Child Sponsorship Program
Sponsor a Girl
Each week, MGRC is forced to turn away girls who are in desperate need due to limited resources. There are no safety nets for Maasai girls, they find their way to MGRC because they have no other place to go. The direct costs for taking care of a girl is about $2,160 a year. Sponsors are asked to provide, as a minimum, the basic living, clothing and schooling costs of a child up until the age of 18.