Monday, August 25, 2008

How you can help Salve Regina School

Salve Regina runs on donations of resources including funds and other resources.

133 US Dollars will pay the salary of one teacher for a month. The school currently has seven teachers.

20 US Dollars will pay school fees for one month for one child.

20 US Dollars will pay for lunch for one child for a month.

Donations of clothes,sleeping mats, children's books and toys are always welcome.

Upcoming projects that shall need your support are:

i. Putting up more classrooms
ii. Connecting electricity to the school
iii. Connecting piped water to the school
iv. Donations of toys and books for the children

Any amount in donations are welcome. They can be sent by Western Union to the Attention of Mr Joseph Bosco Ngethe, Director, Salve Regina School, P.O.Box 3640-00100 GPO Nairobi, Telephone 254-
724-906047 or 254-733-474531

May God Bless you abundantly.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Welcome to Salve Regina School

Salve Regina is an educational institution situated in the rural lands of Kikuyu.

It is registered as a Charity under the Ministry of Social Services of the Republic of Kenya.

The School provides very low cost but good education to young children who live in the area and particularly those from the neighbouring sprawling shauri yako slum.

Christian principles based on the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church are also taught.

Many parents are unable to provide packed lunch for their children. The School struggles to provide what it can from its meagre resources.

Thus far it has a kindergarten and a standard one class with a total student of forty students, taught by four teachers.

Plans are underway to put up another class towards the end of 2008 to accomodate the standard two class which commences lessons January 2009.

Salve Regina relies on donations to keep running and as such, donations are always welcome.

In July 2008, the School was honoured and very grateful to receive a donation of books, toys, stationery and clothes from Ken Okoth, a teacher in the United States who also runs a school for the underpriviled in the Kibera Slums of Nairobi.

May God bless you all.