2008 – Prophet Reward Foundation (PRF) was formed as an idealist group

2009 – PRF was accepted as a 501C3 CDP program in USA to be established in Kenya.

21st December 2010 – PRF was recognized a legally registered independent charity in the Republic of Kenya.  Awarded the certificate of incorporation under The Trustees (Perpetual Succession) Act Chapter 164. This was in conjunction with a common seal by the Minister for Lands.

2011- Prophet Reward Foundation initiated the beyond the Border Community Trust Volunteers (PRF-BBCTV) program. This improves the capacity for funds to be directly administered to the community.

September 2012– Four international volunteers were recruited and hosted in separate placements. Two of these volunteers were from Slovenia, with one of them being from Canada and USA respectively. These volunteers were supported through our PRF-BBCTV program.

2nd February 2012, – PRF launched the annual World Charity Day (WCD) event. This event promotes charitable donations between the vulnerable members of the community.

12th-15th February 2013 – PRF recruited 113 local volunteers and was accredited by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) as a PRF Election Domestic Observer group. This assisted the Kenya General Elections on 4th March 2013 in supporting a peaceful and democratic election.

1st May 2013 – Over 30 children and youths in planted over 400 trees in a restoration project. This project took place along the Northern bypass & Kamiti road reserve to commemorate Labor Day.

On 17th January 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation partnered with the United Nations in Kenya to mobilize initiative groups. This served to improve awareness of the United Nations and help implement their programs.

On 5th November 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation hosted an International Volunteer Managers Day at Bethsaida Community Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. This was organized by United Nations Volunteers (UNV) in Kenya and other volunteer organizations.

On 5th December, 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation participated in International Volunteers Day at Mukuru Kwa Reuben slum in Nairobi, Kenya. This event was organized by UNV Kenya and other volunteer Involvement Organizations.

2015 – PRF participated in bringing together over 10 Orphanages/Children Homes to commemorate the International Day of the African Child on the 16th of June 2015 at the Kamuthi Housing Society Grounds in Nairobi, Kenya.

On 25th July 2015– PRF mobilized over 100 volunteers to prepare chapatis and a traditional stew to feed vulnerable children. Over 600 orphans and vulnerable children from 5 children’s homes and the local area were catered for. The event was held at the Kahawa Soweto slum in Nairobi, Kenya.

On 29th August 2015– PRF and its partners, Transform Communities Initiative and the Mwamko Foundation, organized and sponsored the talent nurture day.  Over 50 youth and children participated in this event. This initiative supports youths to reach their full potential and become productive members of their communities. In addition, we are always looking for potential partners to support this goal. We initiated and sponsored Chapati Forum (Chapati Festive) and sponsored the annual event Mr. & Miss Soweto within the Soweto slum community. We will keep on supporting those within our community to reach their full potential.

2016 – Supported education for over 1000 youths through mobilizing resources from our private schools’ partners giving full scholarship to needy vulnerable children. PRF assisted in mobilizing donations for basic school items including school bags, uniforms, textile, sanitary towels, etc. This built on the progress of our previous projects/programs. In addition, PRF sponsored Mr. & Miss Soweto and facilitated the Chapati festival event in various children’s homes/orphanages and for elderly groups within four Kenyan counties.

2017 – Events and initiative programs were held for marginalized and poor community of Soweto including Mr. & Miss Soweto and the Chapati festival. Services were extended to other counties in Kenya: Kajiado and Kitui county.

2018 – The annual Chapati festive was successfully implemented. Mobilization and community awareness was smoothly responded to by our local/international volunteers.

2019 – PRF successfully served the marginalized and poor community through its programs/project activities and all featured events.

2020 – Despite the ongoing challenges of the COVID 19 pandemic in different countries, and disruption it has caused to many livelihoods and especially those living below the poverty line, there is dire need to step up humanitarian support to the most vulnerable people in our community. To respond to this challenge:

  • We came up with the idea of mobilizing and packing food for distribution to families
  • Door to door distribution, sanitization, and the supply of masks and water tanks,
  • Installation of internet to initiative groups and assisting with the transition to online learning for the slum and rural villages to facilitate distance education.
  • Initiating Cooking and feeding programs for the community and through all these challenges we are expanding our program in establishing the (food bank) to improve the availability of supplies for our community we serve.

April 2021 – Held the Chapati festive at Kajiado county

August 2021 – Held the Chapati festive in Nairobi County

2021/2022 – Closing and opening the year with a very successful chapati festive at Kitui county feeding over 100 orphans to celebrate the new year. This event had never celebrated in this semi-arid area- an area in the grip of a seasonal hunger crisis.