Posts about Fundraising
After a workshop arranged in Mukono which was about " Attracting More Volunteers to Our Projects" , Kawempe's LRs Mawanda Robert and Ochieng Kennedy had a meeting with Isaac Ssamba from Mukono who organised the workshop and brought an idea of starting a project that brings skills and funds together to help the undeprived communities in Uganda. We started HB Volunteer Uganda , http://hbvolunteeruganda.yolasite.com/
In the Khama village, there are a large number of youth who have never attended school. These youths have a talent for sports and games, especially football. We have established the VH-LAHA Football Club as a means to reach out to these youth.
In our community there are a high number of people living with HIV/AIDS as well as orphans who lack and need basic care. Because of this problem they suffer and die quickly.
VH-LAHA is planning to conduct a Home Basic Care Project. The aim of this project is to assist people living with HIV/AIDS as well as orphans that are lacking basic care by helping with things like meals, clothing, basic medical care, and education. Right now, our efforts are funded by financial contributions and donations from our members.
The project room is a space designated for providing general project information and updates as well as for asking general questions that may not fit into the designated tasks above.
It seems that all villages have projects and some require funding to help start with the plan. I am posting some fundraising site provided by our online volunteer Sushmita. I think these sites would be very helpful to any villages who are in need of funding.
This proposal is as a result of the almost finished Conservation Plan by Dave and Barry
I wish if neighbors can help to edit this proposal before we present it to Kenya wildlife service
Sajos Academy Kiserian would like to purchase a plot of land on which they can build their own school. The school is paying a monthly rental fee for use of their existing building. The cost of rent at this time is 20,000 KES/month ($246.61 USD/158.79 GBP). "Yes We Can Self-Help Group" usually raises these funds monthly by members contributing 100 KES each. Sometimes they find it harder to raise the funds for rent due to other monthly expenses associated with running the school.
ONE NET PER CHILD