The power of sponsorship drives change that ripples throughout the girls’ lives, their families and communities.
The MGRC sponsorship program offers supporters the opportunity to sponsor an individual girl or multiple girls. When you sponsor a girl, you’re not only helping her grow and learn but are providing financial support for basic living expenses, medical care, clothing and education.
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 there is no other place to go. The center will take in girls without sponsors if there are significant risks to their welfare or safety.
Your financial support covers the direct costs* of caring for an individual girl.
We currently have several rescued girls seeking sponsors and invite you to make a positive difference in a girl’s life. You will receive photos and information about your child, annual updates and ongoing communications highlighting the impact of your sponsorship and in the community. You will receive a personalized online account where updated photos, videos and information about your child will be shared to keep you engaged. As part of our education process, you will receive a letter/email from your child, and we highly encourage to continue a communication exchange with her. All communications with the child will be monitored by MGRC.
We understand not everyone can afford the annual cost of a sponsorship - with a monthly support, you’ll continue to get updates on how your sponsorship is making an incredible difference.
Your sponsored girl will receive a brighter future, thanks to you!
*Costs are subject to change due to possible seasonal economic fluctuations. We will keep you updated to any changes.
17 Replies to “Sponsor a girl”
Continued sponsorship of Jael
To sponsor Rosie 💕. I’m sticking a check in the package I’m sending to Bruce and Joyce.
I would like to be re-set up to sponsor Joyce at $50/month
cosponsorship of Joyce
Sean & Liz Daly
Rick and MGRC are doing an incredible service to the Maasai girls. Following the Raleigh, NC dinner on 04/26/22, we learned just how profound of an impact this organization is having on the lives of their girls. MGRC is a very worthwhile cause, and we are excited to contribute.
Rick & Sandy Maus
We first became aware of the extreme situations being faced by the Maasai women and girls when my daughter and I were able to visit a Maasai village in Tanzania in 2019. My daughter, Christy Bowersox, was very touched by the needs of the girls and was passionate to find a way to help. Through a lot of research, Christy learned about the great work being done by the Maasai Girls Rescue Center (MGRC) and subsequently joined MGRC as a volunteer. Christy has updated my wife and me on the wonderful work being done by MGRC and because of that, we would like to support the effort by sponsoring Nemburis.
I would like to sponsor Neema Ormorjei Mollel!
Continuing sponsorship of Sarah
Randy and Kay Freeman introduced us to MAASAI GIRLS RESCUE CENTER
Michael and Regan Peters
Randy and Kay Freeman introduced us to the cause for which we are thankful.
Mary Lou Bailey
I have heard of the MGRC, but until I had the chance to really learn about the girls, the mission and the work, it was “just an idea” to me. Meeting Rick and learning of the passion, love, encouragement and caring he is creating for these very young women turned my heart in a moment. We are very happy to help with this!
Rick Morro was my dad’s best friend and I’m happy to help support this way!
Angie & Rob Dutkiewicz
We first learned of MGRC from my friend, Joyce. We were really moved by the story of Rick’s efforts. We started by sponsoring a girl last year, and are now going to sponsor an additional girl this year. Rick, we are in awe of all you have done and all of the girls lives you are changing for the better!
Thanks you for your support! Without sponsors like you we could not develop these highly at risk girls and provide them a bright future.
Thank you for all that you do.
I am signing on to donate $30 a month and would like that to go towards a girls sponsorship.
Bob and I want to sponsor the twins. We will pay monthly for them. Was going to do this next week, but want to get it going. Can you tell us their names? Would love to know about them and their mom.
I had a meeting with the Threads Of Hope leaders. We are happy to make some beautiful dresses, but will discuss later.
Joyce and I are the proud sponsors of multiple girls. Rick is truly making a difference in these girls lives that would otherwise suffer or die. When considering all the costs of responsibly raising a girl with an education, Rick has done an outstanding job with very little resources. I have known Rick for years and trust that 100 percent of the money I donate will be put towards raising these girls.