Indiegogo Library Campaign Reaches 25% of Goal

Posted on April 13th, 2013 CategoryArchitecture, Book Drives, Libraries, Lwanda, Tree Planting

We are pleased to announce that we have reached 25% of our goal of $50,000 in the initial phase of our Library/Amphitheater Campaign for Kenyan Schools. Donors have given over $12,500 thus far in the campaign with two weeks to go on the Online Indiegogo Campaign. We have 100 contributors thus far. Please go to the Indiegogo site, make a donation, and spread the word. Every amount helps. It is easy to do and to share. Contributions of all amounts help and many perks are available. Have a tree planted in Kenya in your honor for a $3 donation.

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Help expand opportunity for so many, expand the international reading and writing culture and build a more globally connected society.

Please Go to: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kijana-lwanda-maktaba-campaign/x/2245093

Asante Sana!!

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  1. Wycliffe Makworo says:

    I love this kind of projects. Academically oriented, Wycliffe always dreams of education facilitation through libraries and laboratories. I am just out of campus; I may not be able to support this project financially. However, call any time you need service volunteers. I hope this Kenyan School magazine I am writing will be one of the books you supply (that is if it gets a production sponsor in time). Congratulations!!!!

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