Kenya Carnival 2012
Labor Day Saturday
September 1, 2-6 p.m.
Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 North Meridian Street
Thanks to everyone who supported the 2011 Kenya Carnival. We raised $45,000! With your help, Kenyan teenagers are able to attend secondary school.
- Kid-led, Interfaith project to raise money for Kenyan children
- Last year’s Carnival raised over $35,000 to send 100 students to school
- This year's goal: $32,500
How your donation helps:
- $5 will buy a month’s worth of lamp kerosene needed for studying.
$12 will buy the primary school uniform needed to attend school.
$12 will buy one year supply of feminine hygiene products that will allow a girl to attend school regularly.
$20 will buy a month’s suppply of maize and beans for the children.
$75 will buy a secondary school uniform and supplies.
$325 will provide tuition and expenses for a year.
$750 builds a semi permanent home for a family.
The “Ken-Ya Help Us?” Project is a youth-led working committee of the Global Interfaith Partnership (GIP). The Kenya Carnival is an event to bring faith-based congregations, organizations, and schools together to raise awareness and money for orphans and vulnerable children in Western Kenya as part of the “Umoja Project”. For more information, contact us at email@example.com or check out our website at www.kenyacarnival.com