Winnie Mirriam Foundation (WMF) was established in Kenya and is yet to be registered, prior to this, the founders could reach out to and serve the needy through benevolent activities including payment of School fees to bright but needy students in High School and Tertiary Colleges, Supply of Sanitary towels to less privileged girls in Primary and High Schools through their own resources, mentorship and career guidance to students and graduates as well as job placements, acts that led to birth of WMF as an organization.

As part of response to COVID-19, the foundation is teaming up with various donors and well wishers to provide food and other material support to various children's homes in Kenya. We also extend this support to poor and vulnerable families in Nairobi.

With the indefinite closure of Schools, all children are back at home and parents have the burden of providing three meals a day, this is burdensome to many families in Kenya most of who live below one dollar a day and ha...
Winnie Mirriam Foundation (WMF) was established in Kenya and is yet to be registered, prior to this, the founders could reach out to and serve the needy through benevolent activities including payment of School fees to bright but needy students in High School and Tertiary Colleges, Supply of Sanitary towels to less privileged girls in Primary and High Schools through their own resources, mentorship and career guidance to students and graduates as well as job placements, acts that led to birth of WMF as an organization.

As part of response to COVID-19, the foundation is teaming up with various donors and well wishers to provide food and other material support to various children's homes in Kenya. We also extend this support to poor and vulnerable families in Nairobi.

With the indefinite closure of Schools, all children are back at home and parents have the burden of providing three meals a day, this is burdensome to many families in Kenya most of who live below one dollar a day and have meagre incomes.

The pandemic has also led to loss of jobs for many people especially in the informal sector and thus many people are not able to provide for their families.
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