WE URGENTLY NEED ...


                                                                               
WE URGENTLY NEED ...

  • Sponsors for the many children waiting in our files, so that they can be assisted to attend school and, thereby, be self-supporting later in life. Some, of necessity, especially secondary school or disabled children, need to attend a boarding school many miles from home. This also applies, particularly, to the children at the primary school for the disabled, where many children are unable to walk home daily and have to stay as boarders for the whole term.
  • Helpers who will assist us with finding sponsors, (friends, colleagues, etc.), and fund raisers who are happy to hold sponsored events on our behalf.
  • Donors who are willing to either make a donation for a specific item, such as the purchase of food, or, to make a general donation towards our work, to be used at our discretion, this would be so gratefully received. Frequently emergencies arise for which funds need to be sourced. Donations that have been given for specific projects/children are never used for such emergencies. Therefore, donations with no strings attached are incredibly useful. Each year, at Christmas time, the rural village community is treated to a food distribution, when flour, rice and corn, as well as soap and other essentials, are given to each granny and widow in the project. They can also receive other gifts at this time, such as a new mattress, a mosquito net or a school uniform. All this is only made possible by the generosity of donors and sponsors.
  • Team workers who would like to spend their holidays working at a school, helping with various projects and teaching the children new skills.
  • Schools or projects who would like to 'twin' with a similar type of school or project in Kenya, including pen friends for the children and holding sponsored events in aid of their chosen school or project.

Visit our 'Price List and Contact Us' page to see how to purchase some of the above.

"If not now, then when? If not us, then who?" (Caux 2005)