Quantaphy, the Santa Cruz, California company, believes in Karimu. So for the second year in a row, owners Ken Terry and Debbie Burns-Walton have promised to match every dollar given to Karimu up to a total of $20,000.
We hope you act quickly.
Ken and Debbie’s deadline is midnight on May 15, so please act by that date.
They believe in Karimu because none of our American workers receive a dime. Since we are all volunteers, the money you give will go directly toward supporting Tanzanian workers and satisfying the following needs of the villagers:
• $48,000 for two more duplex-style teacher houses
• $4,000 to put a toilet and a sink in the medical clinic
• $3,500 for textbooks for Ufani Primary School
• $1,000 for another year of special-needs education
• $900 for another year of teacher development
• $700 to feed children who now go hungry at school
Your gift will count double.
We invite you to help the warm and gracious people of Dareda Kati Village by making a donation that Quantaphy will double—and that will earn you a tax deduction, since Karimu is registered with the IRS as 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Asante sana (“Thank you” in Swahili),
Marianne Kent-Stoll, Karimu President