Sister Mwende James
The Sisters of Mary Immaculate in Isiolo, Kenya need financial support in order to care for children, women, and sick elderly. Through social services, vulnerable communities receive food, clothing, education, and basic medicine. Sister Mwende James oversees those efforts as newborns need complete exams, lactating mothers have new concerns, children lack school supplies, and the elderly thrive with visits and companionship. The communities appreciate worship and prayer group participation. Consider that a gift of $25 helps buy milk for an infant for one month, or bibles for kids in primary grades.
Neil donated $50.
Vinny donated $30.
Hanh donated $50.
Edward donated $50.
hanh donated $200.
Hello everyone one,lent wishes,the community here has began the Lenten season so well.materially they have nothing to spare to give as donation.please make them rejoice during this time of lent and after.Your 20,50,100,200 and 250 will make a difference in the lives of these vulnerable children.They are waiting for your generous contribution.On their part, they are praying for you.
Welcome all.God bless you.
As you can see now is very dry ,these people are spending days in the homestead, there is no food,your 25,50,100 ,200 dollar s will be used to buy milk for the infants for 1 week,maize for 5 days,beans for 2 weeks and flour for 3 weeks.food is very expensive because of covid-19.Feel free to help am sure these people wait to hear from you.
Again thank you.
Thanks to all who are donating for us.today we visited this home and found the owners without any food .two are in this round hat sick,just sleeping yet very hungry.your 50 dollar will buy flour for this family for 2 weeks,also 50 dollars will buy beans for one week.This will lengthen their lives.May God bless you with More.