Liberating my community

Update posted by Lucy Njambi On Jun 04, 2020

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 me and help me help my community. Women are suffering, men are suffering and their kids too are suffering. The money raised from this platform will help finance different community projects to help them get financial stability. I want them to do farming through leasing or buying of land plus machinery. I would want to build cattle pens or barns for goat keeping, sheep or chickens. Enroll some kids to tailoring and dress making schools plus buy sewing machines. With such skills they can sew and knit uniforms and sell them at affordable prices. After harvesting any produce we can sell them to supermarkets or markets

There is so much I wanna do but without money I cannot achieve what I have in my mind.

Kindly help me liberate my community

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Update posted by Lucy Njambi On Jun 03, 2020

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 the team to be playing and holding matches on weekends and practicing after school hours are done. I need to buy playing uniforms or football jerseys. This will need about $133 to buy all the things needed for these games. The other step is to be holding competitive matches between different teams in the region and the winner, first runners up and second runners up will be awarded $333, $250 and $200 respectively

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