Tag: child sponsorship

“It Gives Me a Sense of Joy”: An Interview with Kupenda’s Friend, Michele Reber

by Jessica Charles

In this interview, our long-time support and friend, Michele Reber, shares stories of Kupenda’s early years and her perspective on our evolving approaches to disability inclusion. In her responses, Michele also describes how her relationship with Kupenda and its founder has kept her invested in our work for the past 19 years. We cannot thank…



Double the Impact of Your Gifts for Just a Few More Weeks!

by Kupenda

We only have a few weeks left in our matching campaign and we’re 82% towards our $100,000 goal! Every dollar counts double through April 1! There are so many ways to give! You can: ·      Make an individual gift ·      Sponsor a child for just $30 / month ·      Give with a match from your employer (check out a list here) ·      Give a gift in someone’s honor…



Maximize the Impact of Your Giving through Donor Advised Funds

by Kupenda

Giving is good. Giving wisely is great. Check out the video below that explains how you can maximize the impact of your charitable giving through a Donor Advised Fund. Then consider making a DAF gift to support children with disabilities through  Schwab Charitable, Fidelity Investments or the firm of your choice! Want to keep updated with Kupenda…



A Future for Brighton

by Kupenda

Brighton is a very intelligent 8-year-old boy and a student at Kizurini Special School in Pre-primary 1. He is a good student who excels in math. He even helps other students with their studying. His parents were divorced and left him in the care of his impoverished grandmother. Kupenda was called to action when they…



Valentine’s Mother Shares a Story of Transformation

by Kupenda

“I used to give birth at home and I did not see the importance of me going to the hospital. When I was pregnant with my sixth born, I thought it was going to be a business as usual. But after struggling to give birth at home for four days I eventually delivered at Malindi…



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