Combating COVID – 19, Kenya

Project Leader:

Brother Patrick Njuguna

Brother Patrick Njuguna Ngugi is the project leader Combating COVID – 19, Kenya. The Brothers of St. Joseph are trying to do their part in helping the people in their community. There is a need to provide emergency food rations and sanitation items. Though there are hand washing points in strategic locations, distributing soap would help ensure the people always wash their hands. The area has been affected severely since the outbreak of COVID – 19 as the people are poor and struggle to secure food for their families and cannot afford to buy face masks. The support this project receives will help provide balanced meal and basic medical medicine and equipment. Brother Patrick and his fellow Brothers need help to reach out to those most in need. A gift of $25 would buy maize and milk.



of $5,000 raised

Richard donated $50.

Aaron donated $100.

Cynthia donated $25.

What your donation can do!

  • $50 will help buy fruits and vegetables
  • $100 will help buy first aid kits, medicine
  • $250 will help buy cooking, oil, rice maize for many
  • $500 will help Brothers transport & reach out the poor

Project Updates

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I take this opportunity to thank you Richard for your financial support to our project in Kenya. Your support will assist in buying a packet of maize meal.

3 months ago

Richard donated $50.

3 months ago

Hi to all of you. Thanks for those who have contributed to this project in Kenya. Many people are going without a meal as a result of covid 19 effects as many people are not working and thus don't have any salary to maintain the family. Am requesting you to assist me to $25 Wich will help a family to have a meal daily. Thanks in advance for your financial support.

3 months ago

Hi our dear brothers and sisters in mission. Mine is just to thank those who has contr

3 months ago

Hi Aaron and Cynthia. I appreciate your financial support to our project of combatting covid 19 in Kenya your aid will assist in providing milk to the malntruion children.

4 months ago

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