It’s 2011 and we have plenty of hope for this year. Lots of projects we would like to work on, like producing as much of our own food as possible.
The more we can produce of our own food, the more money we have available for school, medicines for the sick in our community, clothes, and otherwise creating a life worth living for as many people as possible.
We have made it a habit to not continually ask for money on our blog, emails, or Facebook. In 2011 we will continue to operate in that manner.
However that does not change the fact that we do rely upon donations to not only survive, but to bring the love of God to as many unloved people as possible. We take seriously the concept of living out one’s faith by helping the “least of these.” While still promising to not inundate with pleas for money, we will mention it from time to time.
Currently we need money to scout for farm land and to be able to lease that land. Then prepare for planting, and all that goes with that. We need money to purchase animals (chickens, cows, rabbits, and whatever else will be useful.) We need cash to pay school fees, buy food for our two homes, pay bills, and assist some folks in the community.
There you go, that’s the plea. If you want to help us here’s how:
Write a check to Kenya Fund and mail to:
713 West First Street
Beaver Dam, KY 42320
or use paypal and send to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you could even use Western Union or MoneyGram. Send to Johnny Brooks in Nakuru, Kenya.
There you go, that’s my plea. Feel free to email and ask any questions. Want to know how we spent our money last month, ask. Want to know about accountability, ask. Just send an email to email@example.com