We are now accepting donations to our 2021 Fundraiser. Join us. Help us meet our target of $50,000.

2021 Virtual Fundraiser

2021 Online Fundraiser: Saturday, October 2 at 6PM

Raise funds for sustainable scholarships, school buildings and education support.

2021 Fundraising goal: $50,000. With $50,000 in 2022 – we can:

  • build one library and classroom for rural schools;
  • fund 28 college students;
  • fund 95 high school students;
  • and mentor these students and teachers to succeed and cover government compliance for a year!

What your donation supports

  • women at library$25 for five books
  • $112 for one year of high school
  • $275 for a computer for a college student
  • $448 for four years of high school.
  • $6,000 funds a four-year college degree
  • $10,000 gifts a rural school with a library resource
  • $25/month, we are inviting you to become a monthly sustainer

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Donations are tax deductible. Federal Tax ID # 83-3127113

We guarantee every high school student in our program a college education, if they qualify. So students stay in our program for 8+ years. Because of poverty and morning chores for day scholars it can take up to 5 years to complete high school. The fifth year of high school costs almost the same amount as four years.  But those who repeat, all have gone on to College!

What is “harambee?”

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2020 ‘Harambee’

Dancers at a Harambee at Kwa Muema Secondary School in March, 2011

Harambee is Swahili for working together. In Kenya this word refers to a gala fund raising event with food (often roasted goat), and soft drinks, speeches, song and dance.

Watch the 2020 Virtual Fundraiser on Youtube

Mulundi Village Harambees

Communities hold harambees to match funds from Books and Bricks.

The village has held harambees to:

  1. Complete unfinished classrooms at St. Mulumba’s Kwa Muema.
  2. Raise high school fees for  girls in Mulundi to attend high school.
  3. Raise funds for college scholarships.
  4. Close the gap between government and parent fee payment at the schools.