Kenya Care Wear is a not for profit venture of two Australian mothers, Brenda Allsop and Kathryn Hall, aiming to educate and empower children and families amongst the poorest in Kenya. All money raised goes directly to the Kenyan beneficiaries with whom we have direct contact. All of the administration costs are donated.
Our projects are mainly centered on raising funds for Milami Prinary School in Joska on outskirts of Nairobi where we have provided infrastructure such as land, classrooms, textbooks, sport equipment, latrines, water tank, and for business ventures such as chickens for the sale of eggs.
Our second project is raising funds for a church and school and micro business ventures in the Mathare slums in Nairobi. Land has been purchased for a church and school. The business venture is creating clothing, jewellery and tableware saleable in Australia, thereby giving disadvantaged people an opportunity to earn an income and start businesses. profits will assist development of the school.We are linked to a church in the Mathare slums which is helping with supervision of the project.
Our goal is to enable these people to be self-sufficient to give them hope with the knowledge that there are people on the other side of the world willing to help and who care.
Brenda Allsop is living in Nairobi, Kenya as a self-funded missionary. She is an accountant and has a hands on approach, and is able to assess, deal directly and monitor the ventures.
Kathryn Hall is a business woman in Sydney, and is responsible to raise awareness and inspire philanthropy in those she meets to help with their projects.
Contact Brenda Allsop at email@example.com or click here and follow our progress on Facebook - Kenya Care Wear.