Dear Friend of KCDN, 9th March 2009
Community partnership and support
I would like to introduce Komarocks Community Development Network to you. In the caption, our Assistant Chief, Mrs. Elizabeth Omondi is seen giving out unga to the pupils and their parents/guardians.
We are a Community Based Organization based at Komarock Phase 2 at the shopping centre. Our core mandate is to support children who are orphans and vulnerable with educational materials.
We are currently supporting 250 such children from across seven schools namely;
We were blessed to mobilize for these children books, stationery and uniforms last year, and on 5th December 2008 at our offices, these items were given to the children in a ceremony that was presided over by Mrs. Leah K Rotich, the Director of Basic Education in the Ministry of Education.
Again on 11th December 2008, we were able to give these children nutritional support of rice, unga, cooking oil and milk. These were generously given to us by Tetra Pak [EA] Ltd. They were on hand to give these items out to the children and their guardians.
Lastly, on 7th March 2009, with support from a few friends, we were able to give these children some sanitary towels, unga and more stationery. The occasion was presided over by our Assistant Chief, Mrs. Elizabeth Omondi and the Chairman Komarocks Residents Association Mr. Joash Lovy. They were accompanied by their officials.
To sustain this process and to make us more responsive to the many needy cases that come to our office, we kindly request a one-off in a year financial support from you. If you can be willing to join the dedicated team of Friends of KCDN, you can send that support to us via any money transfer services, or, simply get in touch with the undersigned for our bank details. We will post on our site all the names of people who are supporting us.
We are also requesting that when you go doing your shopping, kindly spare one packet of unga, rice, sugar, or oil for KCDN. We also request for books that are in fair conditions. We will be giving these periodically as a good will gesture from the friends of KCDN. I firmly believe we can set this agenda as a loving community of Kenyans regardless of tribe.
Your support will make us be on the side of history that best exemplifies that timeless creed of the American people; yes we can.
Lastly, we want to enlist all Friends of KCDN, people we can rely on for a one off yearly support. Kindly let us know if we can do this, then we will be sending to you periodical functions at KCDN.
We look forward to working with you to create a difference in Komarock.
I believe, Yes We Can.
Odhiambo T Oketch,
CEO KCDN Nairobi,
PO Box 47890-00100,
Tel; 0735 529 126, 0724 365 557,