We’re still on the fundraising trail. Our inaugural crowd funding campaign is live, and what an experience it’s been. From the learning lessons to the support, it’s been a great journey so far. Thank you to the communities showing their support and donating. Your belief in the Nairobits model and why our work must continue shows that we’re on the right path.
Read up on why we’re crowd funding and how you can help.
Why crowd funding?
Because we know remarkable things happen when we pool our resources together. The resilience of people who believe in NairoBits has been amazing. And we know there’s no one we’d rather have in our team than you.
We’ve been working with underprivileged youth from informal settlements for the past 18 years, providing them a platform to acquire skills, grow their capacity and ultimately, succeed. We understand the importance of banking on our youth for a better society and that’s why our programs in ICT, Sexual health, Entrepreneurship and life skills help produce educated, empowered and well skilled individuals who make a positive impact in the society through employability and job creation. We’ve taken more than 8,000 young people through training and linked 70% of our students to internship opportunities. We’ve worked with community based organizations and established satellite training centres to reach more young people.
To continue the important work we’ve been doing and help thousands more, we’re calling on you, our networks and our local community to help change a life. The funds received will help to train more students and expand our capacity in the local communities and beyond. Donate as little as 100 bob or donate in kind through your time, knowledge and skill. Mentor a student, teach a class or link a student to employment opportunities.
Champion the change with NairoBits. #SupportBits #WeAreBits
To donate to our campaign, visit our link: https://secure.changa.co.ke/myweb/share/13136
To learn more about Nairobits, visit our website: http://www.nairobits.com/
To see more on our impact in informal settlements: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KnDOk74D8U