TCP 2014 Holiday Drive Progress : $600 of $600
Thank you to everyone who made a donation and helped us reach our goal of $600 in less than a week! We’re incredible grateful for your generosity.
We have kicked off our New Year’s Tuition Drive to help raise funds for our kids who’ll be entering high school in January. Tuition for high school is much more expensive than elementary school, so our two students will need addition assistance to help pay for their secondary school education in the new year.
Click the button below to make a general donation and your contribution will be applied to our students’ 2015 high school fees.
*Note: You will be directed to . Donations over $20 will receive a charitable tax receipt.
The Tumaini Children’s Project (TCP) develops programs that directly help Kenyan children expand their intellectual horizons, and give them the chance to positively contribute to Kenyan society. Our programs are focussed on education – the main building block to a sustainable life – but children also need access to water, the hub of life.
For our 2014 Holiday Drive we have one goal: to solicit donations to purchase a Kentank for the Vision School in Kisumu, Kenya. The school in Kisumu harvests rain from the roofs of their buildings to provide students with clean access to water. To equip the needs of students so that they can continue to be productive, a second water tank is required.
Kentanks (made of made of food grade polyethylene) are inexpensive, virtually maintenance-free, easy to install (on a base made from brick, stone or block walling filled with soil and sieved sand) and have a lifespan of 30 years. (Photo by Flickr user Matt Berlin)
All proceeds from our 2014 Holiday Drive will go towards purchasing a large plastic Kentank and water treatment unit. $600 in donations have been given by Kenyan parents and now it is our turn to raise another $600.
The Tumaini Childrenʼs Project (TCP) is an international youth-focused, registered Canadian charity (registration #888977790RR0001) that provides hope and opportunity to orphaned Kenyan children affected by HIV/AIDS by caring for them, educating them and implementing sustainable development projects.