Angaza Your Birthday

Author : William Wandie

... 13 Oct 2022


Birthdays are a special time to celebrate the goodness of God in our lives.

The Bible tells us in Psalm 65:11 “You crown the year with your goodness; your paths overflow with rich food,”.

The National Resource Development office would like to invite you to pledge your birthday to share the goodness of God by helping us reach more vulnerable children in Salgaa. All you will need to do is to use your preferred social media platform to recruit your friends and family to donate any amount to Inuka Angaza Fund during your birthday week.

So far, your birthday pledges have enabled us to raise 1 Million Kenya Shillings. Because you celebrated your birthday by giving back, lives continue to be impacted:

  • 2,550 school-going children supported with learning materials, school uniforms, and sanitary pads for girls.
  • 2,350 households and children reached with piped water and water purification technology.
Imagine how many more children can be supported through your birthday. The children of Salgaa are waiting on you!

If this has sparked your interest, simply fill and submit the short registration form in the link below. Later on, you will receive an email with simple instructions and a brief guide on the caption that you will post on your preferred social media platforms.

Even if no one from your platforms donates anything, the social media post will go a long way in raising awareness about the work we are doing hence we encourage anyone with a social media platform to join us in this initiative.
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