Scholarship Program

Caring for the body, mind, heart and soul of people is one of CCR’s core values. One of the ways we practice this is by providing scholarships for secondary students who are gifted academically, but lack the resources to obtain a high school education. Through the scholarship program CCR opens the doors of opportunity not only for church members, but also local students who wish to attend secondary school.

This program began in 2007 with ten scholars from Fawe Girl’s School. Today CCR’s Scholarship program sponsors more than 20 students. Over the past 10 years, approximately 100 students have graduated from our scholarship program. Many of them have graduated from university and currently contribute to the development of Rwanda as teachers, engineers and other professions.

Currently our scholarship program targets secondary students and the cost per student is between 150,000Rwf and 600,000Rwf a year. CCR would like to thank her members and friends who give generously towards the program. We would encourage those who have a heart for students and education to partner with us in providing this opportunity.

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If you would like to fund our scholarship scholarship, please contact someone on staff or give online bellow:

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