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Our mission is to build the capacity of the people of Lwala to advance their own comprehensive well-being.

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MAKE A DONATION
Donations sustain our existing programs and roll out our initiatives in clinical care, public health outreach, education, and economic development.

 

MONTHLY DONOR
To make an on-going monthly commitment, click on the button below and select “Make This Recurring.” By becoming a monthly donor, you are partnering with us to provide consistent clinical care, public health outreach, education, and economic development programming to the men, women and children of Lwala and beyond.

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DONATE BY MAIL
Please make a check payable to “Lwala Community Alliance” and mail to:

Lwala Community Alliance
P.O. Box 60688
Nashville, TN 37206

 

MAKE A DONATION IN HONOR OR IN MEMORY
If you would like to make a gift to Lwala in honor or in memory of a friend or family member, please email Kelli Ross at kelli@lwalacommunityalliance.org or call (615) 875-0843. Upon receiving your gift and a preferred mailing address, we will send a specially-designed card to the person you are honoring.

 

DONATING FROM KENYA?
Here is the bank account info you will need:
Account Name: Lwala Community Health Centre – Donation
Account Number: 1136424091
Branch: KCB Rongo
If you have questions, please email Katherine Carpenter at katherine@LwalaCommunityAlliance.org

 

EMPLOYER MATCHING PROGRAMS
We are happy to work with you on employer matching programs, or to discuss other kinds of donations. Please contact Katherine Carpenter at katherine@lwalacommunityalliance.org with questions.

The Lwala Community Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. We work hard to ensure quality reporting standards and effective fiscal accountability, and integrally involve village accountability mechanisms in our financial procedures in Lwala.

Impact

  • 98% HIV-exposed infants testing HIV negative at 18 mo

  • 300% Increase in family planning since 2011

  • 89% Access to improved sanitation

  • 30% Decrease in under-5 child deaths

  • 5,155 Students with Clean Water

  • 1,107 Patients on HIV Care

  • 1,234 Farmers Trained

  • 30,000 Total patient visits in 2015

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