What People are Saying...

Empowering these children to thrive starts with education. Serengeti Scholars has demonstrated how true success begins with education and empowerment. With 3/4 of the scholars being young women studying STEM, I have hope for this Country that desperately needs healthcare for women and their families. Serengeti Scholars is a blueprint to show how we can change the world by giving our kids the education to become whoever they choose to be, simply by giving them the opportunity and the chance to reach their dreams.

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum
Director, Women’s Heart Health
Heart and Vascular Institute, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York City
National Spokesperson, Go Red for Women – American Heart Association

I discovered this phenomenal enterprise a couple of years ago while trying to find ways to contribute to the education of students in Tanzania. It is amazing how the course of the lives of these and many other young people have been altered by the vision, generosity and tenaciousness of a few good people. If you are interested in helping to sponsor a student, check out Serengeti Scholars and get to know Barbara Poole.

- Bobbie Reinecker, Sponsor
Corvallis, Oregon


The Serengeti Scholars Project is the  wide door opened to Heaven to reach out and touch hundreds of souls.  It works to restore the lost dreams and create a brighter future in the hearts of these young Scholars.   I feeling lucky being among the Serengeti Scholars and I am sure of many blessings ahead for me!

- Glory Kiurey, Serengeti Scholar


Serengeti Scholars Project has helped me a lot. It has made me even happier because it gives me more reasons to study.  It helps me to fulfill my dreams!

-  Sharon Nichodemus, Serengeti Scholar


Serengeti Scholars Project in my life has been a great help because it has helped me to get a quality education that a student may acquire honestly.  I real feel proud to be among the students within the Serengeti Scholars Project. I don't know what my future could be without this project.

-  Mohamed Kawaya, Serengeti Scholar