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Chapa-tiK Festival

Chapa-tiK Festival (Chapa-tiK means Chapati Kenya) is a PRF initiative. The event brings and mobilizes volunteers who give a minimum of 1 day per month for charity in-kind contributions. We have consistently conducted at least one chapa-tiK festival per month on an annual basis. The festival is purely volunteer lead, coordinated and funded.

The program is well embraced and managed by community members particularly the inspirational young volunteers. Chapa-tiK Festival has been an effective corporate social responsibility activity that makes a real difference to changing the quality of life of the less fortunate/privileged. 

We create an environment in bringing youths together in this fun exchange event. Some of the community we serve include young homeless families and street children. We also collaborate with orphanages, children’s homes, and elderly members of the community. Many of the vulnerable members of the community do not get a chance to enjoy good food, more so chapatis- often considered a luxurious delicacy in Kenya. During the festival, the volunteers make chapatis and stew to feed hundreds of street families and above-mentioned group. Another key part of the event is the donation of clothing, sanitary items and dried foodstuff.

Celebrations in the Chapati Festival

At the climax of the eventthe team joins in on  the fun in celebrating their birthdays.  All of those born in the month of the festival participate in cake cutting.  Our volunteers come from diverse backgrounds however all have the desire and energy to help.



The festival is crucial in the provision of other donations to the needy including:

  • food,
  • clothing,
  • beddings ,
  • mattresses,
  • tanks,
  • school fees,
  • construction assistance

Chapa-tiK Festival as well provides an opportunity for mentorship, life skill sessions, psychosocial support, talent identification, spiritual nurturing, among others. It as well provides a socialization, network creation and building opportunities.

Children’s Christmas Party

This is the yearly highlight for our orphans and vulnerable children. It is a day dedicated to ensuring they have a lot of fun and excitement running around and playing on the jumping castles.

Each child gets a present from Father Christmas. There are lots of sweets, cakes and nice goodies as well as nice nutritious meals. This is commemorated in every second weekend of December to prepare them with donations for Christmas day.

We call upon all parties globally, individuals, companies, organizations, donor communities etc. to support us for the success of this day.

Prophet World Charity Day (PWCD) 2nd February:

On the 2nd of February each year the foundation commemorates the (Prophet World Charity Day) (PWCD).

How you can Help

Through your effort supporting, sponsoring, donating, getting involved and participating the event will become a part of world history. 

The event was established and launched on 2nd February 2012 by the prophet the founder and the vision carrier for Prophet Reward Foundation. The vision is for transforming the poor community in the world.

To commemorate this day the foundation is training the marginalized communities, orphans, widows and the poor on how to share the little they have to the others. This helps flush out the mindset of poverty in all people.

This is the most important psychological world healing which contributes poverty and the violence. It will be one part of preaching love and peace and the way to heal the world to become the better place to live in.

This will bring happiness, joy, love; peace and positive vision focused living people in the world.

Each year we organize and sponsor events which include;

Teens festival

  • Teens festival (every April to 1st May) – This is a one-week event in which we run an advocacy campaign on HIV/AIDS, behavioral change, drug abuse and other issues affecting the youth. It culminates on the last day of a musical concert in which a mentor who is a local prominent personality passes the advocacy message. Other activities on this day include free HIV/AIDS testing and counseling, skating and dancing.

Mr. & Miss Soweto


  • Mr. and Miss Soweto (every August)-This is an event where teenagers and young adults showcase their talents to society. This is aimed to develop their talents and grow their self-confidence.

Kids Festival

  • Kids festival (every December) – Is a one-day fun-filled event meant for the kids to celebrate Christmas together. There are fun activities which include bouncing castles, horse and camel riding, face painting, skating, water sliding, etc. In addition, we also award kids for various achievements including: 


  • Outstanding school performance,
  • Behavior improvement,
  • Talent, sports etc

World Peasants Day (WPD) 7th November:

Dominic Mwangi the founder of Prophet Reward foundation is a peasant acting for the peasants. A peasant is defined as a person living permanently in the rural areas performing the daily activities handcraft, bee keeping, agriculture, agroforestry, fishing, etc.

These are the most marginalized people in the community, and they make up over 75% of the world population. On every 7th November each year, we commemorate world peasant day. 

Due to marginalization, the day is not recognized even though in the international community the universal peasant declaration has been pending since 10th December 2003.

To raise awareness of the plight of the world peasents, PRF will be sponsoring the WORLD PEASANTS DAY (WPD). This event champions the peasants’ voice and rights to be heard by the whole world.

This will be by mobilizing and bringing peasants together from countries including.

  • Kenya
  • Uganda
  • Tanzania
  • Rwanda
  • Burundi
  • Democratic Republic of Congo
  •  Southern Sudan


In commemoration of this day the international peasants will be raising their voices to the international community and developed countries for their help and support according to their visions and mission.

The developed countries and governments are funding for the peasants, but the donations are end up in the hands of cartels never reaching the peasants. The peasants never have a peasants’ representative even in the international community as other institutions like environment, wildlife, etc.This means they are also intenationally marginalized, and their rights are abused. There isn’t any country in the world which does not have the peasants, Get involved individually or as a corporation, other charitable organization, companies, governments or other grants maker to make this happen.


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Photos on how joy and love it was with the orphans sharing with other orphaned and other vulnerable children from different centres in commemorating PWCD at Bethsaida Community Centre in Nairobi, Kenya on 2nd February, 2014. Join for the event if you are among the world healer in whichever way to participate.

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