Children's Garden Home
Children's Garden Home, School & Rescue Centre
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GIVING THAT CHANGES LIFE
   
Donation of food for Children's Garden Home

Donation is the main source of funding to sustain Children's Garden Home in providing a home and school for our children. Your donation will go directly in funding the followings:

  • Food (maize, beans, vegetables, sugar, oil, etc)
  • Medical care
  • Home and school infrastructure and maintenance
  • School supplies like text/exercise books, stationery, sport equipment
  • Salaries for teachers and staff
  • Utilities: electricity, water, fire wood, etc.

SPONSOR A CHILD, GIFT A NEW LIFE

Ksh.40,000 / US$540 Supports One Child through 1 Year of Homecare + School.
Ksh.160,000 / US$2,200 Supports One Child through 4 Years of Homecare + Secondary Education.
Ksh.400,000 / US$5,400 Supports One Child through 10 Years of Homecare + Pre-primary & Primary Education.
Ksh.565,000 / US$7,500 Supports One Child through 14 Years of Homecare + School from Pre-primary to Secondary Education.
Ksh.160,000 / US$2,200 Feeds ALL Children in the Home for 1 Month.

 

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP?

  We seek Regular (Monthly) or One-Time Donation of any amount you are comfortable with to provide continuous cashflow to sustain the home and school operation.
   
  Celebrate your birthday, wedding, anniversary, memory of loved ones by inviting guests to give generously to Children's Garden Home. Discuss with us.
   
  Willing a portion of your inheritance to Children's Garden Home will allow your wealth to impact lives for many generations to come. Discuss with us.
   
CORPORATE SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP
 

We welcome companies with corporate social responsibility to partner us in supporting the children in innovative ways, for instance:

  • If you are from the Financial industry (e.g. a bank), you may sponsor a quarterly talk on financial literacy in our school, for our children and the local community.
  • If you are from the Food industry, you may consider co-branding selected range of your products with Children's Garden Home for which a percentage of sale comes to us as corporate donation. We could help to recommend the co-branded range of your products to our network.
  • If you are from the Communications industry, you may support us by telling our story to more people and encourage support to flow our way.

Discuss with us.

 

YOU CAN GIVE-IN-KIND

We welcome donation-in-kind for the following necessities:

  • FOOD - bread, milk, rice, maize, sugar, etc.
  • FURNITURE - tables, chairs, beds, mattresses, etc.
  • CLOTHING - new or used clothing from infant to adult
  • SCHOOL SUPPLIES - text books, exercise books, story books, stationery, chalk, etc.
  • MEDICAL SUPPLIES
  • TRANSPORT - a van/bus for ferrying the children and for general use by the home.
  • COMPUTER - new or used computers in working condition and software.
  • APPARATUS - secondary laboratory apparatus and materials.

 

DONATE DIRECTLY NOW

DIRECT BANK TRANSFER

  • Account Name: CHILDREN’S GARDEN HOME & SCHOOL
  • Account Number: 01134038666100
  • Bank Name: CO-OPERATIVE BANK OF KENYA LTD
  • Bank Code: 011
  • Branch Name: KAWANGWARE (Naivasha Road)
  • Branch Sort Code: 11042
  • Swift Code: KCOOKENA

CHEQUE PAYMENT

  • Write cheque payable to "CHILDREN'S GARDEN HOME & SCHOOL"
  • Mail cheque to: P.O. Box 315-00605 Uthiru, Nairobi, Kenya

MPESA

  • Within Kenya, you may send donation through Mpesa to 0721-308678.

As a donor, you will be acknowledged with an official receipt, and you will receive regular updates of our development through our newsletter.

 

DONATE THROUGH IAHV, KENYA

International Association for Human Values (IAHV)

IAHV supports Children's Garden Home with volunteers, personal development courses, food donation, network for broad ranging assistance as well as acceptance and management of donation/child sponsorship funds.

IAHV is a registered NGO in Kenya. IAHV is a sister organisation of the Art of Living (AOL) which has presence in 155 countries including South Africa, The Netherlands, USA, Singapore, etc.

The Art of Living (AOL) Foundation, headquartered in Bangalore, India, is a multi-faceted, volunteer-based, not-for-profit, spiritual, educational and humanitarian NGO. AOL engages in diverse spiritual and social initiatives aimed at uplifting humanity by promoting peace, development and well-being at the level of individuals, communities, nations and the world. AOL is a non-religious, secular organisation. Its aim is to provide spiritual as well as practical everyday support to deprived communities to help improve their overall quality of life within a paradigm of environmental sustainability.

AOL works in a special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations, participating in a variety of committees and activities relating to health, education, sustainable development, and conflict resolution.

IAHV(AOL), Kenya and Children's Garden Home

Whilst affiliated to the global AOL Foundation, any AOL project that is undertaken in Nairobi or other parts of Kenya is initiated, planned, executed and managed by the local organisation independently of its parent organisation. AOL, Kenya is a non-profit organisation and all members volunteer their time.

AOL, Kenya’s activities can be divided into two primary areas. First, recognising the high levels of stress that exists among the hundreds of thousands of people crowded together in different slums in Kenya, also in the highly crowded prisons, AOL runs courses in enhancing life-values, focussed one role of meditation and yoga in helping people to come to terms with and better handle their anxieties and fears. Through these courses they are able to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol and other harmful substances. Breathing and meditation techniques help them to overcome their sense of worthlessness and to become more wholesome and empowered human beings.

Second, AOL promotes and runs sustainable projects to help improve socio-economic conditions in slum communities. For example, a few years ago it had set up an internet cafe in Huruma which has now become self-supporting.

AOL Kenya is installing a community cooker at the Children’s Garden Home (CGH) in the Kawangware slum to make a substantial contribution to addressing the waste disposal problem as well as initiate income-generating activities while addressing the sanitation needs of the residents. This is a joint project between AOL and Children’s Garden home. Also AOL has been supporting CGH in other activities and trying to see how best it can be self-sustainable and also empowering the children with skills in handling stress and entrepreneurship for self-reliance through the social enterprise projects under www.LittleFingys.com.

For child sponsorship or general donation to Children's Garden Home, you may transfer the funds directly to IAHV bank account from within Kenya or any country in the world. Kindly notify us in advance through email: contactus@childrensgardenhome.org.

DIRECT BANK TRANSFER

  • Bank: Bank of Baroda K Limited
  • Branch: Koinange Road, Nairobi
  • Account Name: International Association For Human Values - Kenya
  • Account No (US dollars): 9590 020000 0804
  • Account No (KSh) 9590 010000 5310
  • Swiftcode: BARBKENA

As a donor, you will be acknowledged with an official receipt, and you will receive regular updates of our development through our newsletter.

 

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We welcome donation in cash and kind, sponsorship of children's education and the school upkeeping, and gifts of any kind.

Children's Garden Home & School
P.O. Box 315-00605 Uthiru, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 721-308678 / +254 726-814512
contactus@childrensgardenhome.org

 

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Donor
Alessandra Bruni & Friends from Italy

Alessandra Bruni

"My husband and I first came to Children's Garden Home in April 2011 to adopt 10 year old Diana as our child. We were tremendously moved by the loving effort of Moses and his team in caring for and educating so many children of disadvantaged background. So we wrote to our friends back home in Italy and many of them stepped forward to offer financial support. With their contribution, we funded the setting up of a Posho Mill at the home. In addition to domestic usage, the mill is also able to generate an income for the home by providing milling service to the local community. We are extremely grateful to Children's Garden Home for raising Diana and for giving us an opportunity to support the rest of the children."

 

Sponsor-A-Child,
Gift-A-New-Life
Ksh.40,000 /
US$540

Supports One Child through 1 Year of Homecare + School
Ksh.160,000 / US$2,200
Supports One Child through 4 Years of Homecare + Secondary Education
Ksh.400,000 / US$5,400
Supports One Child through 10 Years of Homecare + Pre-primary & Primary Education
Ksh.565,000 / US$7,500
Supports One Child through 14 Years of Homecare + School from Pre-primary to Secondary Education

Ksh.160,000 /
US$2,200

Feeds ALL Children in the Home for 1 Month

Sponsor A Child

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