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We would not be able to continue to do the work we do in Kenya without your support. Every contribution to us, whether monetary, advocacy or volunteering is important to us and is vital for our success. We are grateful for your help and hope you will explore these ways to be involved!

How Your Donation Helps

Make a one-time Donation

Examples of how we use donations:


$25         Covers the cost of one pair of school shoes

$50         Covers cost of one educational field trip for 1 student


$100       Textbooks for 1 student


$150       1 tablet or smart phone for distance learning

$300       Face masks, sanitizer, and safety supplies for staff


$500      Complete primary school student sponsorship for 1 year


$750      Sports equipment for 300 students


$1000     Start-up capital for 1 small business

$2500     1 University student sponsorship for 1 year

$3000     Holistic Wellness Program for Youth

$5000     Workforce Readiness Training for 500 students

$10,000   1 year of after-school Youth Empowerment including tutoring, life skills, coaching, mentoring, sports, art, music, dance and more.


Become a Monthly Donor

Please click on the donation button below, enter the amount you'd like to donate monthly and check the box to the right that says 'make this a recurring donation.' Example below.

Mpesa #: 0798 867581


Fundraise For Right 2 Thrive

Celebrating a birthday or anniversary? Getting married or celebrating a birth? Share your special occasion with Right 2 Thrive! In lieu of gifts, ask your friends and family to make a donation to R2T in your honor. Your special life event can make a big difference in the lives of others.


You can also fundraise for Right 2 Thrive simply by doing what you love. Families, schools, social groups, sports teams, companies, and communities can come together to fundraise. Do something fun while spreading awareness and raising funds for Right 2 Thrive! 

Art and Abolition exists to restore justice to young girls in Kenya who have survived sexual violence as a result of poverty. They do this through Art Therapy, Education Sponsorship, and Economic Empowerment.  This is an organization that has opened its home to us in many ways from offering us space for our programs to sharing resources and wisdom and collaborating on activities that help empower our students. The Art and Abolition team is family to us. 

Mtaani Radio is a non-profit, independent community based radio station that intends to build bridges with its listeners in Dagoretti, a huge area of Nairobi, Kenya. It exposes the local communities to the public through culture, and other social considerable issues. Mtaani Radio has featured Right 2 Thrive Empowerment Instructors and members of the Kustawi Project. 


Koinonia Community has Kivuli Center, a health facility and children's home for boys in Kabiria. We rent space at their facility to conduct our Women's Economic Empowerment Programs. 

In 2014, Forix Foundation generously supported our Empowerment Program.

Our Partners

Our work would not be possible without the help of our Partners. We would like to acknowledge and thank the following organizations for supporting us in our mission. Learn more about how to become a partner here. 

Past Partners

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in these or other volunteer opportunities, please email us at

Board of Directors


We are actively seeking interested individuals to join our Board of Directors. The role of the Board is to advise, govern, oversee policy and direction, and assist with the leadership, advocate and fundraise on behalf of Right 2 Thrive so as to support the organization’s mission and needs. Visit our Board of Directors page to learn more about our current members. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member of the Board, please click here for a full job description and additional information. 

Advisory Committee


Similar to our Board of Directors, R2T depends on our Advisory Committee to provide guidance and leadersihp, to offer advice and to connect us with resources necessary to continue to offer life changing programs to the constituents we serve. Advisory Committee members are invited to attend select Board meetings, however it is not a requirement. If you would like more information about our Advisory Committee, please contact us.

Pro-Bono Services


As a small organization with limited staff and budget, we welcome professionals who can offer a variety of services on a volunteer basis, such as: marketing and public relations, social media, graphic design, strategic planning, business, accounting, sales, legal, grant writing, and fundraising. If you have a talent or a skill you'd like to share with us, please contact us!



While our internship opportunities are limited, we invite college and graduate students to contact us regarding opportunities. Please email a cover letter expressing your interests as well as your resume for consideration. 

Right 2 Thrive Board Member Job Description


Title: Board Member


Length of Term: Minimum of two years


Purpose: To advise, govern, oversee policy and direction, assist with the leadership, advocate and fund-raise on behalf of Right 2 Thrive (R2T) so as to support the organization’s mission and needs.


R2T Mission: Our Mission is to gather resources and establish locally based programs that empower people living in disadvantaged areas to improve living conditions and develop self-sustaining communities.

Organizational Summary: R2T works in Nairobi, Kenya. We provide free classes in personal empowerment, English, handcraft, and business. We provide one-on-one business mentoring to our adult students. We provide one-on-one personal mentoring to secondary school students in our sponsorship program. Our goal is to work with families living in poverty to ensure caregivers learn the skills necessary to earn an income and keep their children in school. The hope is to break the cycle of poverty through this holistic approach of working with the entire family. Ultimately, the cycle breaks when the next generation gets a good education and is able to earn an income that gets them out of poverty.