On Thursday 20th November 34 ladies met at St. Stephen’s to listen to an extremely interesting and thought-provoking talk given by Julie Hellon Cupples, the Founder and CEO of the small charity Help Kenyan Kids. It was fascinating to hear about how since 2010 with the charity’s help, the village of Namatotoa has moved from nothing to the building of a nursery school and forward towards self-sufficiency. Although it was an information sharing talk, an impromptu collection during the afternoon tea raised €272 for the next step of supporting ‘Girls and Grandmothers’.
Julie sent her thanks for the unexpected and generous donation for Kenyan Kids and looks forward to letting us know how the money will be used over the course of the next few weeks.
For further information on the charity please visit their website http://www.helpkenyankids.or