Posted: December 2018
A Christmas donation to the Karibuni Children charity will have twice the impact during their Christmas Challenge from November 30th to December 17th. This is because during this period, donations totalling £5000 will be matched pound for pound by pledges already made by an existing group of supporters.
The money raised by this appeal will help the very poorest of the poor in Kibra, Nairobi, which is Africa's biggest slum and where the largest project supported by Karibuni Children is based.
Please donate below online but if you prefer not to donate online, just send your donation to Karibuni Children, Karibuni Children, Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church, Eskdale Road, Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP22 5UJ, UK, and your donation will still be matched.
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