US$10.00raised of $700,000.00 goal goal
I won't say that I'm privileged but I'm better off than most people I have seen in my community. Now that I'm a grown up it's saddening to see kids go to school without shoes, with worn out uniforms, some don't even have bag packs while some don't even carry food since most public schools don't offer meals. It saddens me to see people who scored high marks in primary school and high school lack fees to pursue higher learning or follow their dreams. It's so sad to see jobless youths who are very smart. As for me I feel helpless, for even what I get as a pay check is not enough to even pay for all my necessities. I have the heart and dreams to start community based projects and advance after helping those around me. I want to sit down with a team, come up with plans, projects on how we can liberate the youths, the young school kids whether male or female and help the people who lack the human basic needs in my community. I want to be given the opportunity to look after the elderly, the widows and the widowers. I want them to learn how to make their decisions and learn how to be financially independent through different projects. I want to make others access education facilities that I accessed easily while for them it's so hard. I want them to access legal services that most are deprived off. I know through this program I can help many people achieve their dreams. I know we as a gogetfunding community can make this happen. I need you help.
- Lucy Njambi
- Campaign Owner
Community projectsUpdate posted by Lucy Njambi at 07:05 am
The biggest issue of giving out money is that you don't normally trust the person you are giving it to, you have no idea if that person will squander the money or use it as they have said they will. I'm requesting anyone out there to put their trust in. . . . .
Liberating my communityUpdate posted by Lucy Njambi at 01:01 pm
I'm thinking of starting a football team, sounds weird right? But the thing is, this will bring together young men and ladies for practice and coaching. The plan is to buy five balls, I've already talked to a headmaster of one of the public schools in my community to allow. . . . .