Your junk can be someone’s treasure

15 Jun
  •         Yes, that you might be seing as junk in your house could be someone’s treasure somewhere in kenya, I share this story with a lot of pain in my heart when sometimes I find my hands tied struggling to help these young children suffering from cerebral palsy. It pains sometimes that’s their parents can’t afford even the money for their therapy and that’s why I came with an idea of training them on how to make african sandals so that they earn something to put food on their table and be able to pay  therapy for these children. Magdaline is in her first day for the training on how to do the beadwork but our main challenge is where to put her three years daughter Gift, who’s suffering from cerebral palsy. We only have one option with us, though it might look painful but that’s the situation I need to share with the rest of the world, Gift was tied with a piece of cloth on one of my chair in the workshop so that the mother could be trained. This hurts a lot but we depend on people like you reading this article to support us in anyway you can, By buying our sandals you support a family here. They’re handmade sandals made with these wonderful families. The other option of helping us by donating to us those you call junk in your house, we need wheelchairs, mattresses, blankets, clothes, toys, financial support or any other support you can give us to help these families
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3 Responses to “Your junk can be someone’s treasure”

  1. Jack July 1, 2015 at 1:59 am #

    Very interesting seeing your photos of Kibera, especially as you live there. Nothing is more authentic.
    Greetings from London!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kevin Aloo July 1, 2015 at 5:24 am #

      Thanks a lot Jack greetings received and receive more from kibera and kenya.

      Like

  2. Kevin Aloo December 30, 2015 at 8:24 am #

    Reblogged this on kevinaloo and commented:

    I had to reboot this.

    Like

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