Yes! Your Can Keep A Child In School

Giving Education - Giving Hope

Giving a child from the poorest households, especially girls a secondary school, is like giving them a passport out of poverty. Your N100/25cents a day donation can keep a child in school.

51 girls at the KNOSK School are currently receiving education, we need donations to keep them in school during this school year.
Your donation may be sponsoring the next Ngozi Okonji Iweala!

Our Uniqueness

For N100/25cents A-Day School fees, our students get books, uniforms, sportswear, daily lunch, and sanitary pads monthly for the girls! In addition, they are enjoying Action Learning and STEM-based education, all for N100/25cents A-Day.


Actual School fees are N66,000 ($165 ) per term or N198 $(495) per year, parents pay only N6,000 per term or N18,000 a year (10%). Through crowd matching donations from individuals and organizations, we raise the actual cost of keeping the children in school. Donate N100/25cents A-Day or N500/$1.25 A-Week or N2,000/$% A-Month.

Crowd-Matching – The N2,000 A – Month Campaign

Through Crowd-Matching, 10 persons can easily cover the fees of a child by individually donating N100/25cents A-Day or N500/$1.25 A-Week or N2,000/$% A-Month.

KNOSK Ambassadors

Celebrities and influencers using their star power to give less privileged children an education!

DR. Panam Percy Paul

Father of Nigeria Gospel Music

Without education grassroot kids will remain in poverty, with just N100 A-Day donation we can keep them in school, join me and donate today

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Rinu Oduala

Human Rights Activist

Girls have right to go to school, join me and donate N100 A-Day to keep poor girls in school

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Efe Omorogbe

CEO Buckwylde Media

Join me to keep as many grassroot kids in school, with just N100 A-Day donation

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Ada Ehi Moses

A-List Gospel Artist

With education we can unleash girls potentials. Join my N100 A-Day Campaign to keep Girls in School

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Supporting Children From Poorest Households Get Education

Helping children from the poorest and underserved households and out-of-school children, especially girls to access and complete quality secondary school education that can enable them further their education, create sustainable livelihood and break the cycle of generational poverty.

Kingsley & Irene Bangwell

KNOSK Co-Founders

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every poor child deserves the education passport out of poverty, will you sponsor their passport?

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84% of our total operating expenses fund programs for children in the countries we serve. So when you make a monthly gift or donation to our organization, the majority of your dollars go toward exactly what you intended - supporting children in poverty.

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