Tag: sponsorship

A Smile at Last

by Kupenda

  • Posted on September 10, 2019

By, Martha Karo, Kupenda’s Kenyan Project Director   Hadija Kaingu, 19, is living with autism. Her condition is accompanied with epilepsy which forces her to use drugs on daily basis to control her seizures. She does not have speech, does not make eye contact, and has a very short concentration span. Hadija is not toilet…



Happy International Charity Day: Your Gifts Go a Long Way in Kenya!

by Kupenda

  • Posted on September 5, 2019

Today, September 5, is the U.N.’s International Day of Charity! Please consider making a gift today to help a Kenyan child with a disability experience the love they deserve and access the education and medical care they need! Just a small gift goes a long way in Kenya!   $10 gives Prescovia a month of…



Why I Give: Long-Term Donor Describes How Kupenda Inspires His Trust and Generosity

by Kupenda

  • Posted on August 13, 2019

Deepak Kaul is soft spoken. He pauses thoughtfully before he replies and answers with a lot of humility (despite being a software designer for NASA!). When I interviewed Deepak earlier this week I wanted to understand why he has supported Kupenda for so long and what inspired him to start giving monthly last year. His…



How Sponsorship Enabled John Subulu to Learn Sign Language, Graduate from High School and Begin a Vocational Program!

by Kupenda

  • Posted on August 1, 2019

When John Sulubu became sick as a young child and lost his hearing, his parents didn’t know what to do. They didn’t have money to send him to school or purchase hearing aids. Fortunately, Kupenda for the Children and Kuhenza for the Children linked John to Jesse and Allison Stump, who have sponsored 12 Kenyan children with…



This Father’s Day, Give the Gift of Hope to a Fatherless Child

by Kupenda

  • Posted on June 11, 2019

Father’s Day is coming up this Sunday, June 16!  You can honor a special man in your life by  sponsoring a child in his name for just $30/month! In many developing nations, children with disabilities are often believed to be cursed or demonic and their mothers are blamed for their disabilities. As a result, many…



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