WE RUN THIS

by Chris-Cooper in Tambach

WE RUN THIS
We did it
On 4th July 2017 we successfully raised £3,165 with 134 supporters in 21 days

Re building of Songeto Primary School, initially with farm and green house to provide the children nutrition.

by Chris-Cooper in Tambach

* WE ARE NOW OVERACHIEVING 100% of the amount to be invested between 25th - 30th June at Songeto Primary School to build self sustaining food solutions. The more we raise , the greater the size of the farming / greenhouse solutions and the greater volume of food we can produce * 

During my last visit I flagged the major issue of schooling in Keiyo Valley, Kenya. 

Whilst the community is living in extreme poverty, medical care is almost non existent and the food and clean water comes at a major struggle, our focus at Runners Heal is the children and the schooling. 

We know we cannot change the world overnight, but we can change this particular school first - providing 360 children the daily nutrition they need, which in turn not only prevents hunger and malnourishment, but also drives education. 

This time we've added some rewards for donations, and an all or nothing structure on £2000 - the cost to implement the first greenhouse. it doesn't include a fenced acre of land for farming, and is only a small greenhouse - so however much we go over will be invested in larger resource. 

Thanks so much for helping us change the lives of these kids, and I hope to see you wearing your shirt on social media with pride soon ! 

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£35 or more

£35 Reward

We run this t shirt from the new line, designed by Jepkomei, a student of Songeto Primary School 1 ticket info visit Kenya prize draw - winner announced on day crowdfund ends

£100 or more

£100 Reward

5 tickets into visit Kenya draw - winner announced live from Kenya the moment the crowdfund ends. 1 we run this t shirt from the new line, designed by Songeto Primary School student Jepkomei


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