THANK YOU

HEARTFELT THANKS for helping us raise $35,000 for our 2022 Rarua Integrated Primary School Project in Kenya! Thank you for helping keep children in school, improve their health, learn to protect their environment, and fulfill their human potential - impacting the lives of more than 500 - a community of students, teachers, staff, and parents.

And thanks to you, we've already met our goal for our 2023 school project with Jonye Integrated Primary School. Thanks to donors like you, and a generous matching donation, Growing Community Roots has raise $38,650 to construct water tank systems, toilets with roofs for both the girls and boys, washrooms and a washstand, and fencing for a community garden. Pictures and updates coming soon.

YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE - Donors, Friends, Family, Sisters, Consociates, and Associates. We are grateful for your continued support.

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Students at the new latrines at Rarua Primary School

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Girls at Rarua Primary School wash their hands at the newly constructed washroom sinks

"We are so impressed with the courageous and generous work that you are doing in Kenya. We, along with you, believe that education is the way out of poverty. Enabling this for the poorest of the poor takes grit and stamina, and yet you are making it happen."
~Mary and Jim~

 

98% of all gifts goes directly to a school project that will benefit the students of

West Kenya and Homa Bay.

All donations are tax-deductible.

You can help provide safe water and sanitation through your individual donation.

 

By raising funds through your school, faith-based community or other organization, you can help build water projects and latrines that will dramatically change the lives of children in these areas.

 

These critical needs cannot be addressed without your help.  Please consider donating today to Growing Community Roots – an organization that is inspired and driven by moving always towards profound love of God and love of neighbor without distinction.

It is with heavy hearts we announce the death of our Consociate brother Aloys Mambe Obonyo: