Top Nonprofit on the Huffington Post

The Huffington Post features Maasai Girls Education Fund along with nine other Washington, DC based nonprofits as a top organization helping women and girls. Click the sneakpeak image below to read the full article, and be sure to vote for MGEF by May 31st, 2013 (the poll is directly below…

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Reverse the Course Featured on News 12

Mary Grace Henry, Founder of Reverse the Course and Reverse the Course Foundation, was recently interviewed by News 12 in New York regarding her newest goal: to send 100 girls to school. She is in the running for a $10,000 grant from Kids Who Give. Cast your vote for Mary…

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MGEF in A&U Magazine

A&U Magazine, a publication that highlights “creative responses” to living with HIV/AIDS, features Cate Cameron and her NGO, Cameras4Change, in a January 10, 2013 article. Maasai Girls Education Fund (MGEF), Kajiado is mentioned as a collaborative partner during Cameron’s most recent trip to Kenya, during which she and her team…

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Student Sponsor Featured in New Moon Girls and Lohud.com

Mary Grace, the 15-year-old businesswoman behind Reverse the Course and the sponsor of five MGEF students, was recently featured in New Moon Girls Magazine (July/Aug 2012 issue) and Lohud.com (July 2012). We are thrilled that Mary Grace is receiving due credit for her innovative approach to philanthropy, and we invite…

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MGEF Founder on WPFW 89.3 FM Radio Show

On November 2nd, 2012, MGEF Founder Barbara Lee Shaw spoke on the WPFW 89.3 FM radio show “In Our Voices – Spirit In Action,” along with Marsha Wallace, Founder of Dining for Women (DFW), and Ursula Daniels, a member of DFW. The hour-long segment focused on DFW’s work and their…

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MGEF Kajiado Receives EAAG Award

We have wonderful news to share with you. On July 26, 2012, our partner organization, Maasai Girls Education Fund – Kajiado (MGEF Kajiado), received the East Africa Grantmakers Association (EAAG) award for Community Philanthropy. Lucy Ntayia, Managing Director of MGEF Kajiado, and Kajiado board chair, Sophie Meeli, accepted the award…

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MGEF Featured in BeInkandescent

The November 2010 issue of BeInkandescent, an online magazine “for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs,” features MGEF from the personal perspective of its president: Barbara Lee Shaw talks about the impact of her nonprofit the Maasai Girls Education Fund.

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MGEF in USA Today

MGEF is included in the September 2010 USA Today supplement “Investing in Women & Girls: Education key to improving girls’ futures in Africa” page 15, as a member of Aid for Africa’s African Girls Scholarship Fund. The supplement covers many organizations who are investing in women and girls, what they…

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