How you can help us today!

Fundraising for the Kanyike Project is easy. Hold an event which is fun for you - and raise money for this fantastic community.

Here are just a few ideas to get you started.

  • Bake for a cake sale or coffee morning
  • Run a face painting stall at a local village or school event
  • Hold a sponsored walk or swim
  • Invite friends to a summer barbecue or Hallowe'en party
  • Sell your surplus plants garden or vegetable plants

The possibilities are endless. Click here to download our sponsorship form if you need one.

 
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The 'Frugal Ball' in aid of the Kanyike Project - a glamorous event.  But everyone had to wear something they'd bought from a charity shop.  Money was raised for Kanyike and none wasted on buying expensive new clothes for the occasion.  And other charities benefitted too. A win-win situation!

 

 

Carrying pails of water on a six mile sponsored 'Walk in Wellies for Water' enabled children from St. Christopher’s School to experience (if only in a small way) the reality of life in Kanyike for children their age.  There, children have to do this every day to meet their most basic needs.

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Victoria Kennington, Headmistress at St Christopher's School, Staverton, ran a marathon to raise money. "It was my first ever marathon, and took place in Llanelli on a beautiful Spring day.  It took me a little over 5 hours to complete - slower than I had hoped - because I tore a calf muscle after 4 miles. The course was two laps of a 13 miles along the millennium cycle path, (totally flat, thank goodness), and I was cheered on all the way by my husband, three children and parents. I was delighted to raise  the money for Magejjo School and very thankful to all those who sponsored me, especially the parents and children at St Christopher’s."

 

 

St Hugh's Parish, Letchworth, held a Supper Concert with a varied programme of music for piano, voice, harp and flute. Father Kakuba was there (as he was on his regular fund-raising visit). 

 

 

An Afternoon Tea is an easy way to raise money.  People can enjoy tea, chat away merrily to the strains of gentle summer music whilst raising money through a raffle and sale of goods made by the  pupils and women of Kanyike. (St Hugh's Parish, Letchworth.)

 

 

A Harvest Festival at St Paul de Leon Church in Devon. Year 6 led the service with readings about the origins of harvest celebrations. The choir sang Rutter's arrangment of “All things bright and beautiful” and the lower school re-enacted the story of the Little Red Hen.

All the children brought a harvest gift, which was sold at the end of the service and the proceeds were donated to Kanyike.

 

Contact us for more ideas and information.

  • We can send you pictures for use in raising awareness and to publicise your event.
  • When your event is completed, send us your story!  We'd be delighted to put your photos on the website to inspire others.

So, get planning.........  THANK YOU!