BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER CHRISTIAN TURNER AND LISA PHILLIP
Two weeks since the hiphop city T-shirt fundraising began, we can say it has grown by the day. Kenyans from different walks of life have joined in the campaign and contributed whole heartedly to this worthy cause. From Ambassadors to media personalities to local artists to ordinary Kenyans, the fundraising campaign has received a lot of support from all these quarters and we say THANK YOU.
Corporate companies have not been left behind either as different companies have offered their support towards this worthy cause that will see Dandora’s image change for the better.
Safaricom C.E.O Bob Collymore has offered to put out some of his Gym equipment as part of his donation. The Project has also attracted support from Sino Africa a community arm of the Chinese working in Kenya and also the Crossover Church from the United States.
Proceeds from this fundraising go towards the renovation of the creative space that will be carried out in 3 different phases and Chief Justice Willy Mutunga is expected to officially open the Ground floor of this establishment to the public in 3 weeks’ time.
The T-shirt campaign runs until the end of February, we therefore ask other Kenyans to show their support towards this project that will see Dandora youths get to have a place of belonging where they can get to nurture the burning talents among them from, Music to creative writing to businesses (SMEs).
SCAN GROUP CAROLINE SPENSER
RADIO AFRICA CAROL RADULL & D.H.H.C TEAM LEADER JULIANI
CLASSIC FM PRESENTER MAINA KAGENI