LET US BECOME DONORS FOR OURSELVES TO TRANSFORM KENYA. ((KENYA FOR kENYANS))
“I want to express my thanks to you, as your fellow African Kenyan born and grown up by the peasant in the marginalized poor community.”
I express my script delighted to have the opportunity to say one or two words about my vision passion to the marginalized poor communities in Kenya and other developing countries in Africa.
I think in many ways it is the most important campaign since 1995, mostly because of the problems which press upon Kenya and the whole African continent. The challenge is how to give your live to help people in your country and of the developing world and the opportunities which will give back to the marginalized poor communities. The opportunity must be seized, through the judgment of the President, and the vigor of the executive, and the cooperation of the Congresses. Through these I think we can make the greatest possible difference in transforming our communities.
How many of you would like to make Kenya a better place to live? You have enough wealth, you have skills, you are a technician or engineers, and you are potential to transform Kenya to become the better place to live in development. How many of you are willing to work in the Foreign Service and spend your lives traveling around the world? On your willingness to do that, not merely to serve one year or two years in the service, but on your willingness to contribute part of your life to this country, I think will depend the answer whether a free society can compete. I think it can! And I think Kenyans and foreign countries are willing to contribute. But the effort must be far greater than we have ever made in the past.
Therefore, I am delighted to establish this community foundation trust for poor people, because unless we have those resources in this country, unless you comprehend the nature of what is being asked of you, this country can’t possibly move through the next 20years in a period of relative strength. I will request you to join in the effort.
Let me say in conclusion, this country is not maintained by its citizens, or by the state, merely to help the poor communities have an economic advantage in the life struggle. There is certainly a greater purpose, and I’m sure you recognize it. Therefore, I do not apologize for asking for your support in this poor community foundation trust. I am asking your support for this country over the next decade to transform our marginalized poor communities.
Prophet Dominic Mwangi Gatumu,
The founder to Prophet Reward Foundation.
PROPHET REWARD FOUNDATION CHARITY BOYOND THE BORDERS COMMUNITY TRUST VOLUNTEER (PRF-BBCTV) PROGRAM.
PRF has partnered with Hope Development Volunteers (HDV) and designed together for Volunteer Abroad Africa (VAA) in Kenya, with PRF-charity Beyond the Borders Community Trust Volunteers (PRF-BBCTV) program to accomplish our charitable mission for the benefit of the poor communities.
PRF-BBCTV is a program for PRF in collaboration with HDV to design the projects to recruit the local and international internships and volunteers to volunteer abroad in Kenya. PRF-BBCTV program is designed to host the developmental volunteers and placement to their matching projects in Kenya and beyond the borders.
PRF-BBCTV short term internships and volunteers to help the poor communities in need in Kenya are Humanitarian tourism, Fundraising, Grant Writing, Fund Researching, Education, Literacy and Teaching, Environment Conservation and Wildlife Conservation, Community Development Internship, Disaster Relief, Orphanage Work and Youth Support Projects, Rural and slum Development Projects, Elderly and HIV/AIDS, Care of Disaster Victims, Empowering Orphans, and Empowering widows. Volunteers are an integral part of everything that happens at PRF-BBCTV. We couldn’t do it without them. There are many ways to volunteer your time, as well as your skills, to help out. Depending on the season, we always have a list of much needed services of volunteers within our projects around Kenya. If you would prefer to make any financial contribution please contact us through our emails firstname.lastname@example.org,