Matunget, Kenya
Frisbee with new friends
Northern New Mexico
Indoor soccer camp
Copper Canyon, Mexico
Current Kipkalwa School, Matunget
Kipkalwa School, Matunget
Sharing a snack with friends, celebrating the visit of Global Running Culture
Kipkalwa School's classroom
70 students in one classroom, lit by a kerosene lamp. Here, students enjoy new solar lights, provided by Global Running Culture.

     In 1967, Margaret Kosgei founded the Kipkalwa School to give the children of a remote Kenyan village a head start on life. Perched almost a mile and a half high on the edge of the storied Great Rift Valley, the people of Matunget, Kenya must rely on one another to provide what is needed. Margaret's son, Abraham Kosgei, co-founded Global Running Culture here in New Mexico, and the organization is now preparing to honor Margaret's ingenuity, foresight, and dedication to brightening Matunget’s future by building a new Kipkalwa School. The land has been purchased, plans have been drawn, and our heavy machinery for building and providing income for the school are in place. All that is missing is your support! We ask you to join our harambee by donating to the Kipkalwa School Project, and together we can help the community create a new school to last the next half century!