Brother Paul Kabiti
The religious congregation of Brothers of Saint Joseph was founded in 1947, and today assist in pastoral activities in Kenya, including teaching catechism in the parishes and schools, and general administration of Church institutions. The Brothers have 15 years experience running their hay farm. The funds will be used to purchase additional beds in the health center the Brothers operate for 5,000 persons living with HIV/AIDS; protective equipment for health care and community, and food for community feeding program.
Diana donated $50.
Anonymous donated $50.
Noel donated $50.
Matthew donated $25.
Mark donated $50.
Terry donated $25.
Anonymous donated $25.
Maria donated $25.
Steph donated $50.
Anonymous donated $100.
Edwin donated $25.
Mariangeles donated $25.
Anonymous donated $20.
Steven donated $50.
Michael donated $500.
Sandra donated $50.
richard donated $50.
elaisa donated $50.
Chris donated $50.
Fredvelia donated $50.
Michael donated $50.
The past few days we have been reaching out to girls from vulnerable families who have been affected by the pandemic and they cannot access sanitary towels.
Most of these girls relied on those distributed in schools and now that they do not have access to them most of them are using rags and some have resulted to sleeping with men around who give them money in exchange to purchase the sanitary towels.
In partnership with local teachers, we have been reaching out to these girls and issuing them with sanitary towels as well as disemminating more information about COVID-19 and the need for menstrual hygiene.
Keep in supporting us to reach more of these girls.
Thank you and be Blessed always!
Brothers of St Joseph has been at the forefront in the fight against COVID-19. In collaboration with the Local Administration in line with the set guidelines by the Ministry of Health,vulnerable households have been receiving food donations purchased through your kind donation.
This has brought a new lease of life and hope to those who have been adversely affected by the virus economically and emotionally.
Thank you for your kind donation and continue supporting us to reach out to more families.
Be Blessed abundantly🙏
Brothers of St Joseph has continued reaching out to vulnerable families in Kenya through food supply of food rations.
One of the families that one of the Brother encountered as he distrbuted the food was of a family that has 3 of the sons having mental issues and physical disability and with nothing to have for lunch. But with your support the family was issued with food packs.
We wish to request you to continue supporting us to reach to more of these vulnerable families.
May you be Blessed abundantly.
COVID-19 Pandemic has dealt a blow to the economy and this has affected the vulnerable communities who wholly depended on casual work. This has affected their purchasing power for food and to cater for basic needs. Through your support we are supporting these vulnerable families in the rural areas of Nyeri and Laikipia Counties.
Thank you as you continue supporting us as we transform the lives of these families.
May the Almighty Lord Bless you and wish you Good Health.
Diana donated $50.