Getting connected through social media

An exciting development over the last few months is that more of the students we support are connecting with us, and writing to us, via our Facebook page and Twitter feed. Here are some of the amazing things they have written to us recently:

To read more words of thanks, please visit our thank you notes page. Please also take a moment to visit our Facebook page and Twitter feed for all our latest updates.

“I feel like Rafiki Thabo foundation came to Kenya, Taita-Taveta only …to save my diminishing vision of learning. MAY GOD BLESS RAFIKI THABO”

Mwamengi M. Gabriel, studying Diploma in Building and Civil Engineering at Mombasa Polytechnic University College

“hallo rafiki..keep on playing your greatest role in lighting up lives in many parts of this world.”

Kenedy Kanjejo

“Even for the few you support it’s quite a pleasure and a privilege to us bearing in mind we are not capable of raising our fees.. thanks so much and I look forward and will pray for your foundation to get more funds to support some of us. We appreciate your support so much and even if it’s something little it plays a very big role to our lives. Thanks again and I salute you all.”

John Mwangi

“My first time to hear about Rafiki was when I visited Rev Benon telling him that I lacked school fees after my advanced level. He told me that there is a foundation called Rafiki and is helping children by giving them school fees. I did an application and gave it to the Rev, after some months he told me that Rafiki had considered and paid my tuition fees at Kabale University and now am finishing my course. In all Rafiki has helped me to become educated by now I have applied to act as a sub-county chief and my future ambition is to become a member of parliament for Dorwa East county cos I have all all qualifications. I hope to help other needy children when I get a job. Am appealing people to keep supporting Rafiki both materially and financiallly so that it can help more other children. THX RAFIKI”

Chris Turinzirwe who will soon graduate from his BA in Public Administration & Management at Kabale University, Uganda.

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