How You Can Help
Changing a life is both rewarding and affordable. The difference it makes in a community ripples far beyond the person you assist and for generations to come. There are several ways for you to get involved with the children and adults in Loodariak Village and Kithuia Village.
By improving the livelihoods of women and girls through economic empowerment, education and community health your assistance enables the entire village to benefit. Contact either organisation below to see how your donation contributes to overall well-being and how else you can get involved should you choose to do so.
Kenya Village Project
The Kenya Villlage Project is a research and social innovation project of Ryerson University, Toronto Canada. If you would like to help Loodariak Vilage in Kajaido County, Kenya please contact Professor Jean Golden, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto ON M5B 2K3 Canada. Tel +1 416 979 5000 x6211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kenya Village Project will provide a link for assisting Loodariak in early 2017. We are discussing with Ryerson University how best to provide Canadian tax receipts to donors.
This Canadian not-for-profit was established to assist the people of Kithuia Village in Machakos County, Kenya. Through your support; donating for the purchase of fireless cooking tools or sponsorship of education scholarships, the villagers are seeing improved economic and social outcomes. The website has full details of how to donate or become more involved in fundraising.
Website: J Golden
Research Asst: H Sadkowski
& P Haastrup
Site Design: W Cudlip
Photos: J Golden, Ryerson University
& N Cole
Professor Jean Golden Ryerson University
Site Designer: Walt Cudlip