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THE STORY:

The Chebagogo Foundation was founded in 2006 by Nelly Some, a Kenyan emigrant from the village of Moi's Bridge. Raised by her poor, elderly grandmother, Nelly experienced the hardship of Kenyan village life as a child. Were it not for her grandmother, or "Gogo", Nelly herself may have been an orphan. Seeing the affect of AIDS all around her, Nelly identified with the AIDS orphans.


As an adult, Nelly dedicated her life to the cause of supporting AIDS orphans in Kenya, with the belief that no child should be denied loving support, health or education.

We are dedicated to providing high quality education, housing, healthcare and eventually career opportunities to AIDS orphans in Kenya.  We wish to provide assistance to all AIDS orphans in Kenya, regardless of religious background, culture, or gender.

Touch a life today by donating:

$10 provides one week of meals for a child

$15 provides a uniform for a child 

$20 provides additional clothing for a child

$35 provides school fees for a child

$60 provides one month full tuition & board for a child

Any amount goes to building of the school.

Your gifts go a long way toward helping AIDS orphans in Kenya receive the education, care and attention they need.

Thank you for your support!

Click here to visit the Chebagogo Foundation Website.

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DONATION: $101

9 months ago

Anonymous

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DONATION: $20

My grandmum played a big role in bringing me up and shaping the person I am today. She passed away a few months ago. I miss her a lot. So I'd like to help Nelly and her "gogo" (grandmum) in their effort to give aids orphans a decent childhood. This tiny donation is in memory of my "Appatha" (grandmum). 1 year ago