Build a Physiotherapy Room for a School in Kenya

Project Leader:

Mr. Vincent Kaburu

The Society of Nirmala Dasi Sisters (SNDS) was founded in 1971 in the Diocese of Trichur in India. Since that time, the Sisters extended their ministry to remote regions of Africa. In 1993, the SNDS Community arrived in the small village of Ngaremara, Kenya. Here, they operate mobile clinics and food distribution centers. Some of the Sisters also help staff the Manyatta Alakara Home for children with disabilities. Vincent Kaburu is helping to raise funds to help the Sisters and build a dedicated room for Physical Therapy.

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$451

of $1,000 raised



Elizabeth donated $50.

Jane donated $50.

Mary Ann donated $25.

Anna donated $1.

Anonymous donated $25.

Barbara donated $10.

Anonymous donated $50.

Mark donated $25.

Linda donated $10.

Dario donated $10.

Fr Mike donated $50.

Mary Ann donated $50.

Gerard donated $25.

Mark donated $25.

Maria Luisa donated $25.

Anonymous donated $10.

What your donation can do!

  • $10 Buys one bag of cement
  • $20 Pays two bricklayers for two days
  • $50 Buys a load of sand and gravel
  • $250 Helps purchase physical therapy equipment


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“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Thankyou and God bless you

5 months ago

“If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives.” Thank you for your contribution

5 months ago

Elizabeth donated $50.

6 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Vincent Kaburu
Thank you Elizabeth for donating 50 usd to buy a truck of building bricks. “That charity which longs to publish itself ceases to be charity.”

5 months ago

Jane donated $50.

6 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Vincent Kaburu
Thank you for your generous contribution. “Every charitable act is a stepping stone towards heaven.”

5 months ago

Mary Ann donated $25.

6 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Vincent Kaburu
Thankyou Mary Ann. May our Good Lord Show you his face and protect you. Charity sees the need, not the cause.

5 months ago


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