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Here’s your chance to make a difference today.
One simple tweet will raise $25 toward building a school in Kenya. An anonymous donor has offered to give Uhuru Child up to $75,000 simply because the donor believes the 7Fifty (4 Day) campaign will change everything for hundreds of impoverished families in Kenya.
What is Uhuru Child?
Mission: Uhuru Child, fueled by social action, works to build relationships with people in the developing world to liberate them from the bondage of extreme poverty by providing children access to quality education and by creating employment for adults through social businesses.
Take a moment to send this tweet and do your part to help children in Kenya receive their education:
This tweet raised $25 toward building an @UhuruChild school in Kenya. RT to raise $25. Video: 750.uchild.com Join the Campaign #7fifty
How it works:
Each time one person tweets the phrase above, the donor will give Uhuru Child $25 toward building social businesses and education in Kenya. You can tweet the phrase up to three times to raise a total of $75.
The Uhuru Child Tweet Goal:
A minimum of 3,000 tweets is needed to reach the goal of $75,000.
Taking time to send the above tweet does more than raise money for Uhuru Child. It spreads awareness about the 7Fifty campaign, a four-day campaign aimed at raising awareness and funds for Uhuru Child October 29 through November 1.
Watch the 7Fifty Documentary and learn how $7.50 can make a difference in the lives of Kenyans.
Uhuru’s Three-Part Mission:
- Social business: Social businesses are enterprises like greenhouses and chicken farms, which generate profits to provide employment to impoverished adults and education for their children.
- Education: By investing profits from Uhuru’s social businesses into secondary schools, Uhuru creates self-sustaining educational opportunities for impoverished children.
- Social development: Through small group relationships, Uhuru addresses emotional, relational, and spiritual poverty.
By raising awareness and funds, the Uhuru child grassroots movement creates reproducing-social businesses that pour profits into self-sustaining secondary schools therefore empowering communities through employment and education.
Written by Melody Harstine
I'm a freelance writer with a penchant for Pugs and a portfolio of articles from tech to beauty and beyond. A communicator at heart, my true passion is covering issues promoting positive change in our world. Connect with me on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, or at melodyharstine.com.