Lifesong Kenya Appeal Letter

Lifesong Kenya Appeal Letter
Children from Five Star Academy writing a Thank-You Note to a Sponsor

That is right. This is the Lifesong Kenya Appeal Letter! We are asking for your support and partnership for 2016 and the many years to come. We have had a successful campaign this year and I am so excited, I am doing a jig in celebration. God has enabled us to succeed with the limited resources that we have.

Two years ago, I never imagined that I would be using sewing thread, needles and buttons to sustain Lifesong Kenya. I also never imagined that I was going to get married on a zero budget. Now you know why I am doing a jig and writing a Lifesong Kenya Appeal Letter!

Review of 2015

This year, we managed to minister to over 500 children and young people. Apart from our projects at Dagoretti Girls Rehab and Five Star Academy, we managed to visit the following;

  • Kibera Pride
  • Pillars of Hope
  • Kariobangi South Primary School
  • Kawangware Friends Primary School

We had two events that are worth mentioning. The British Army Band visited and played for our children. We had a one-week mission for children at Maralal Pentecostal Church. Our partnership with Strathmore University grew a notch higher this year. The Mint continued giving us story books for our growing library. Our candidates who sat for exams all got success cards from well wishers.

I managed to start writing about interesting people on my blog. Feel free to check the site for inspirational stories.

How You Can Get Involved

Our current partners include; Oshwal Academy – Nairobi, The Mint and Strathmore University. You can also become a partner by working with us as a volunteer, praying and contributing any amount of money  to support us. Your support will enable us to facilitate our activities.

Feel free to check our website for more information. You can also call us on 0724 411 109 or 0704 355 288. You can also donate via our PayPal account donations@lifesongkenya.org

We look forward to your response to the Lifesong Kenya appeal letter. Get in touch with us.

Lifesong Kenya Appeal Letter
James Ouma

James Ouma

James Ouma is an author and former children’s TV Producer who has impacted the lives of male teens who need to find clarity. He quit his job as a TV Producer in 2013 in order to develop a restorative justice program for at-risk male teens exiting juvenile prison. His work has seen him get nominated for the 2019 Utumishi Bora Award. He is an avid cyclist who uses cycling and running to fundraise for Lifesong Kenya’s REAM Program.

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