For those of you that have been following my around the world journey, you know that there have been some exciting things happening since I’ve been home. Most notably, the beginnings and efforts of The Kikulu Foundation, the nonprofit I started when I returned home last year. If you haven’t had the chance to learn about the foundation, swing on over to the Kikulu website to see what we’ve been doing for the last 9 months.
As you will read on our website, our mission is to support education. We are working with youth age children in Texas on social consciousness, global citizenship, giving back, and learning about their peers around the world, as well as partnering with the orphanage I worked with in Uganda while I was volunteering around the world to support primary and secondary school for the 140 children living at the orphanage.
A week or so ago, we launched CREW140, our first big fundraising campaign for our children in Uganda.
THE CONCEPT: 140 PEOPLE SUPPORTING EDUCATION FOR 140 CHILDREN IN UGANDA
THE ACTION: $20 RECURRING MONTHLY DONATION
THE RESULT: SCHOOL FEES, BOOKS & SUPPLIES, AND UNIFORMS ALL PROVIDED FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR FOR 140 CHILDREN.
READ IN DETAIL ABOUT THE CREW140
Advocate and supporter of education for all? We would love to have you join our crew!
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