Familia Moja Childrens Home Melbourne, VIC
By Jess White, Co-Founder/ Development Partner at Familia Moja Childrens Home
$19966 raised of $45,000
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Familia Moja Children’s Home grew out of and builds on the belief in providing a certain future for children in Kenya.
A home that provides a nourishing diet, appropriate accommodation, clothing, access to healthcare and quality education, while ensuring that the children receive the physical and emotional care required to become healthy, successful and fulfilled adults.
With commitment, passion and an imaginative outlook, Familia Moja offers a secure and safe home for children who have been orphaned by diseases such as AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis or who are vulnerable due to poverty.
Familia Moja aims to have a vast and positive impact on the lives of the children who pass through our care, due to being raised in a family like environment and providing them with a quality education; giving them the opportunities they may not have had.
With a core sense of community and helping others, and the ability to be responsive and genuine, we undertake this pledge to forge a self-sufficient home that will nurture a future generation full of possibilities.
Familia Moja works together with the community to improve the lives of not only the children within its care but also the community as a whole. Our vision is to empower the children and their community to achieve their goals and create possibilities for their future; be it educational or entrepreneurial.
Our campaign begins with bread. The smell, the warmth, the crunch on the outside and the wholesome middle.
We think a bakery can be the beginning of self-sustainability.
From the beginning Familia Moja Children’s Home has collaborated with the local community to create and develop sustainable projects benefiting the children and the community.
A bakery is a low risk Income Generating Activity (IGA) that looks towards the future by providing a practical business today.
A bakery can:
Baking bread can make all the difference. Chip In to start Familia Moja Children’s Home to be self-sustainable.
Photo thank you
We will email you a photo to thank you.. Est. Delivery Date: Aug 2014.
We will post a 8”x6” photo of the Familia Moja children. Est. Delivery Date: Oct 2014.
31 Pillows Artwork
We will post a 31 Pillows Artwork piece by the children of Familia Moja. Est. Delivery Date: Oct 2014.
Dinner with Co-Founder Jess White (Melb/Syd only). Est. Delivery Date: Dec 2014.
Framed 24"x16" photo
We will post a framed 24”x16” photo of the Familia Moja children. Est. Delivery Date: Oct 2014.
Lottie Consalvo Artwork
A framed original one of kind Lottie Consalvo artwork from the 31 Pillows Exhibition. Est. Delivery Date: Oct 2014.
James Drinkwater Artwork
A framed original one of kind James Drinkwater artwork from the 31 Pillows Exhibition. Est. Delivery Date: Oct 2014.