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Teach Her 100

So much more than a number

Think of the Impact

Be a part of the team supporting the college dreams of 100 young women in the fall of 2022!

This is not just a goal with a nice round number. These are 100 students, currently living in orphanages right now, all with untapped talent and potential.

What we're looking for is champions who want big impact!

Whether you choose one, five or ten students to support, you will be creating something more than just another college student. You will be leaving a legacy that will impact the world long after graduation day has come and gone.


Bronze Level

Sponsor One Student

Every Teach Her student is full of potential. Partner with one and change her future. She's waited long enough.

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Silver Level

Sponsor Five Students

Think of the number of people these five women will impact over the course of their lives. Be their spark.

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Gold Level

Sponsor Ten Students

Ten educated women will change their families and their communities. If you have the means, dive in here.

Commitment is Critical

Most university degrees where we operate are 3 years, so we're asking for a 3-year commitment.

On average, degrees costs $3,500 per year with a extra $500 per student to purchase laptops in Year One.


Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about the Teach Her 100 Program

100% of your Teach Her 100 contributions will be used for your student’s education. When your students are assigned to you, your money will be used exclusively for them.

Sure. The cost for a half sponsorship is $2000 in year one and $1750 for years two and three. Find a friend to match this and sponsor a student together. You’ll both get updates and share the experience.

You certainly can. If possible, we do ask that you commit to the same amount for three years to help stabilize your student’s educational funding.

Stated university fees will cover everything: tuition, room and board, uniforms, supplies, exam fees, field trips, transportation and $30/month spending money. We also include $500 per student in Year One to purchase a laptop computer.

College is a big step for many of these young women and they often need help navigating this new world.

Thanks to a generous gift from the Michael Simmons Charitable Foundation, the Teach Her 100 students will have a dedicated social worker and support staff member to follow and help guide their college careers.

All students are over 18 years old and decide what level of communication they are comfortable with. Initially, all communications are handled through a Teach Her representative. But sponsors often write, call and video chat with their students. This is not required on either side of the sponsorship, however.

Yes, but this number is an average. Each student will have a unique study path at a specific price. Engineering degrees cost more. English degrees cost less. Any remaining funds will be used to offer more students the opportunity to attend college

For your support, you’ll receive semester updates twice a year from your students, along with two updates from Teach Her about progress, triumphs and life-changing stories from the field.

Most of all, you’ll be changing the future for every student you help. The chance to study in college is not something these young women expect, so your gift will be nothing short of a miracle.

Simply fill out the form at the end of this page and a Teach Her representative will get right back with you. Thanks for your interest. Let’s change the future for these young women together!

If you have questions, feel free to call us at 207-332-6349 or email sponsor@teachher.org

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Together we can give them that chance.

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