Help Joash Build an Orphanage in Kenya

Hey everyone!

My name is Shemar,  and I am fundraising on behalf of Joash Omweno in Kenya who runs the Gaurdian Childrens Home on his own.  He has 44 orphans to feed, house, and educate, and recently lost their sponsor from Austrialia. So, He is struggling financially and needs some help. The goal is to construct a permanent orphanage so that they no longer have to pay rent. 

Also,

They operate a small poultry farm for chicken and egg production and the primary goal for the poultry project, as you may be aware, is to feed the kids at the orphanage with 2 eggs every week, chicken meat, and when the project is big enough to get surplus for sell to get income, so that can facilitate the running of the Orphanage. The plan is that since they now have land, they want to setup a big Chicken Coop to keep many birds to feed over 300 children, we will also out the Chicken Waste to use as manure in their garden to boost vegetable production.
But, the current project has many limitations. Without proper space and feeding, the chickens cannot reach their ideal weight and diseases can spread rapidly and kill many of the few chicken the orphanage has. We therefore need to act faster to build a better and safe Coop for the birds.

So, we kindly ask that you donate anything that you can to assist. Thank You!

If you you want to check out Joash's Facebook page go her: https://www.facebook.com/joash.omwenga.31

Here are Pictures of Joash and the kids:
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Donations

  • Anonymous 
    • $5 
    • 27 d

Organizer

Shemar Waugh 
Organizer
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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