Put a smile on the face of a poor disabled child

Update posted by James Ole Mpilei On Apr 24, 2021

It has been a tough struggle through April. There was little or no food at times, some of the children could not attend physiotherapy and medication sessions, some ran out of diapers. From the Ksh. 32,000 we raised with some friends, we were able to feed 6 families out of the 14, buy sanitary pads for the 5 girls in the team, pay Ksh. 5400 hospital fee for Mary. But we were not able to cater for the rest. Schools are opening in May and I trust God for their support back to school. The parents are so anxious and dressed up.

My humble appeal to brethren, please assist these innocent creatures of God. Be blessed

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Update posted by James Ole Mpilei On Apr 11, 2021

Disabled children are already vulnerable. They depend on poor parents/caregivers and now with total lockdown due to coronavirus, their fate is sealed. They don't have important basic needs like food which they need before schools open. $5 is enough to get one day's meal for one child hence a smile on their face. Will you put a smile on the face of a hungry, disabled and poor child?

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