The school survives on your donations alone. Would you consider a monthly donation of $10? $25? $100? Click on the button above to set it up- then forget about it! This will help us also plan for the future. Thank you!
From Poverty to Empowerment
Kilimanjaro Children's Project (KCP) is a grassroots organization established in June 2012 by Christine Dunn. Inspired by her volunteer trip to Tanzania, she knew there was no way she could come back to the USA and ignore the need she left behind. Shortly after her return, she founded KCP and established nonprofit 501(c)3 status under the Earth Rights Institute. Partnering with Frank Mbise in Moshi, Tanzania, the first project KCP committed to was starting a school for orphans and vulnerable children, providing education, food and loving care where they can feel safe to just be kids! We continue to help other schools in the area.
We need YOU.
We are committed to the children of Moshi, Tanzania, starting with the youngest of them. In the past three years we've opened at school, sponsored children to attend primary school (our first graduates!) and provided a safe space to allow kids to just be kids. Unfortunately, we had to close the doors of A New Tomorrow Daycare and Nursery, but we were able to provide sponsorship to make sure the children would attend another nearby school. We are thrilled that they will continue to learn and get warm daily meals as we regroup and decide on our next steps. KCP is not closing it's doors! We still believe in helping these children as their families simply cannot afford school. With your help, we will continue to sponsor children and provide funding for Neema's Nursery on a project by project basis. We still need your help - now more than ever.
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