We're collecting clothes for children who live in Kibera, one of the largest slums in the world. Could you donate some?
Kibera is located in Nairobi, Kenya, and the region's population have to contend with very limited infrastructure (with insufficent access to clean water, sewage-disposal, electricity, and medical facilties), an unemployment rate of about 50%, and resulting high levels of poverty. Our church is connected to the people of Kibera through our New Community Kibera project, which seeks to support practical development in the area. You can find out more about Kibera and our project's involvement there, on our New Community Kibera project page.
Pastor Andrew Ouma, who leads a church in Kibera, is collecting children's clothes to take back with him in March. If you're able to donate any new (or excellent-quality second-hand) clothes for children, please bring them to Central Hall and leave them in the donation box in the foyer. Clothes need to be at Central Hall by Sunday 5th March.
Let's be as generous as we can, and bless those who have less than us!