Interested in giving to our refugee fund? Click the "Donate" button below. (For further ways to give scroll down to the button of this page to the section titled "Ways to Give.")

Starting in March, Clayborne began raising funds to help support a refugee student to do free test prep with us. Pictured below is our refugee student, Kibiriti Majuto, who has already started a very comprehensive program with us. We've raised enough money for Kibiriti to do free test prep, however we need to continue raising funds for him to do tutoring, coaching, college essay help, and college visits with us.

Kibiriti Majuto, a charismatic and intelligent young man, was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In response to intense xenophobia, he fled persecution all throughout east and South Africa. Kibiriti had his first bite of an apple at age 8. Now, a junior at Charlottesville High School, his early years taught him what it meant to serve so, outside of class, Kibiriti is incredibly involved in his community.

Kibiriti and his parents could only express gratitude for what they hope we could do for him. We feel it was a gift to meet them and we are excited about Kibiriti's future as a member of the Clayborne family.

Right now, Kibiriti is giving the Clayborne Test Prep his all. While we are planning to provide Kibiriti with all possible Clayborne resources, we also want to raise enough money for him to go to college on scholarship. 

Our goal is straightforward; we want to get Kibiriti into college, be he will need a full-ride for that to happen. 

That's where you come in.

All donations given will be matched by Clayborne 2-to-1.

Every donation matters. We believe the community of Charlottesville can provide Kibiriti with incredible opportunities beyond his wildest dreams. 

Donating is easy. Simply click the PayPal link at the top of this page. Please help Kibiriti flourish. 

For tax credit donations, give us a call. We would love to recognize your generosity!

Kibiriti is as excited to work with Clayborne Education as we are extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with him. We feel this is the beginning of a movement to enable success for the refugee population in Charlottesville. 

Ways to Give:

We hope that this fundraiser will raise awareness in the community about the academic needs of the refugee population in Charlottesville. You all can donate to this cause in a variety of ways:

  1. Send a check to our office (515 Locust Avenue, Charlottesville VA 22902), made out to Clayborne Education with "Refugee Fund 2016" written in the memo line. 
  2. Drop by the office with cash, check, or credit card.
  3. Give online: click the PayPal "Donate" button above or participate in our Indiegogo Campaign.