Thank you to everyone who came along to another fun Kipawa quiz night last night. We raised over £550 to help children and families living in poverty in Kenya.
Well done to the Panphobics, the winners on the night.
Particular thanks to Summerside Bowling Club Transgression Park and Main Street Consulting for donating raffle prizes. 🙌🏻🙌
Don’t forget our pub quiz TONIGHT at Summerside Bowling Club in Leith! Bring your friends or colleagues for a night of quizzing fun for Kipawa!
Concert in aid of Kipawa, presented by Edinburgh Police Choir and Kailyard. South Leith Church Halls, Henderson Street, Leith, Edinburgh.
Tickets £7.50, available from firstname.lastname@example.org
As her health improved, Janet was keen to enrol on the Family Empowerment Programme where she received training in basic business skills and investment skills. She was later given a starting capital of 6,000 KES (less than £45!) to open up a small kiosk shop selling fruit and vegetables.
Janet is now doing very well in her business and makes a profit of up to 500 KES per day. She is able to restock her shop and is now able to provide for her children.
We are so proud to be able to support women like Janet to give themselves and their children a new life, but we couldn't do it without the support of our generous donors - thank you!
If you would like to support us in this work, you can help or donate in several different ways.