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Want to support through Palmhouse foundation? The Foundation now has over 1000 beneficiaries, over 700 have completed their secondary education.
What our beneficiaries say
Julius Waweru Munene
My name is Julius Waweru Munene. My transformation journey with Palmhouse Foundation began in the year 2007 shortly after my K.C.S.E results. I got 432 marks out of 500 and was admitted to Alliance High School. Though worth celebration, my results only added grief to me and my family as we could not afford schools fees to take me to the centre of excellence. Fortunately, to my relief, I applied for the Palmhouse sponsorship and was one of the five kids selected in the then Central province. In the foundation, I have been given the rare opportunity of interacting with students of similar financial background and I have learnt that I’m not the only one who has gone through challenges. The per term mentoring session has also enabled me to interact with people of diverse careers. Through their advice, I have been equipped with the do’s and don’ts of life. I have learnt to share my problems, worries, ambitions and success with people who want to mould me into a self-reliant and responsible person. Through the foundation, I have identified my passion in technology and have purposed to pursue a career in the same field. I have won two international software awards: Best Mobile Application in Apps for Africa by Ericsson Application Awards (2012) and Best Mobile Application in Windows Phone Eastern and Southern Africa by Microsoft Imagine Cup (2012). In 2013, I co-founded a tech start up; funkieys.com-an online events management platform. My dream is to see a technologically empowered Kenya and Africa at large
Christopher Ndegwa Wanjiru
My name is Christopher Ndegwa Wanjiru. I come from Muranga County. I am an orphan and I live in a childrens home. I was taken to there in 2008 after my grandfather who I was living with passed on. My father was jailed for 30 years after killing my mother and so I was left with my grandfather. I was admitted to Moi High — Mbiruri and I am grateful to Palmhouse for giving me the opportunity to realize my dreams. I aspire to be an Engineer.
Kelvin Moko Wairimu
My name is Kelvin Moko Wairimu. I come from Kiambu County. I am the 1st born in a family of 2 children. We live with our grandparents after we were abandoned by our mother at a tender age. I had to drop out of school to work so I can provide for my diabetic grandmother who cannot work. I am so grateful to Palmhouse. I promise to work hard so I can transform my life and that of my family. I aspire to be an Aerobic Engineer
Agnes Njeri Muraguri
My name is Agnes Njeri Muraguri. I come from Nyandarua County. I am the 1st born in a family of 5 children. We now live with our uncle after our grandmother who took us in when our parents separated, passed on. I scored 403 marks and I was admitted to Moi Tea Secondary school. I promise to work hard to achieve my dream of being an accountant.
Katana Judith Dama
My name is Katana Judith Dama. I come from Kilifi County. I am the 2nd born of 5 children. My older siblings are unemployed and have not gone to school. My parents are peasant farmers. I joined form 1 at the age of 21 years. I thank Palmhouse for enabling me to realize my dream of being a Lawyer.
Enosh Wekesa Wamalwa
My name is Enosh Wekesa Wamalwa. I come from Bungoma County. I am the first to go to high school in my family. I scored 379 marks and was admitted to Nakuru High School. My other siblings are school drop outs. My sisters are married and brothers are bodaboda cyclists. I am grateful to Palmhouse for giving me an opportunity to join high school. I aspire to be a doctor.
My name is Awuor Shellyvane. I come from Homabay County. I am the 1st born in a family of 3 children .We are orphans and we live with our grandmother. I was admitted to Kisumu Girls. I would not have joined Kisumu Girls were it not for Palmhouse Foundation. I aspire to be a Doctor.
My name is John Stanley. I come from Nandi County. I am the 2nd born in a family of 3 children and the first to go to school. Formerly, I was a street boy but I now live with a pastor who rescued me. My mother became mentally ill and ran away from home. Father abandoned us too. My eldest sister is married and my younger sister lives with a relative. I really thank Palmhouse for giving me an opportunity to dream. I aspire to be neurosurgeon.
Abdikadir Hassan Ali
My name is Abdikadir Hassan Ali. I come from Garissa County. I am the 4th born in a family of 5 children. I am the first in the family to go to high school. Our last born is in class 3 at the age of 13 years. My sisters are married and my brothers are herds boys. I worked very hard, scored 388 marks and I was admitted to Garissa High School. I thank Palmhouse for selecting me. I aspire to be an engineer.
Dr. Mary Mugure Kamau
My name is Dr. Mary Mugure Kamau. I’m currently pursuing a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Kenyatta University. Being brought up in a poor background, I knew I could not achieve my dreams despite being a bright student because my parents could not afford to pay my school fees. My dream to become a doctor was brought to realization when Palmhouse Foundation came to my rescue by offering scholarship for my high school education. I felt that life had started a new. I worked very hard and managed to score an A of 83 points at St. Anne’s Secondary school- Lioki in Kiambu. I am now a 1st year student at the Kenyatta University. Palmhouse means a lot to me. It has been a bridge reconnecting me to my dream by not only paying fees, but also through mentoring sessions offered to the beneficiaries. Thanks to the founders of the Palmhouse Foundation and the trustees.