Lower Hill Duplex,
Lower Hill Road
(Next to Hill Park)
Upper Hill, Nairobi.
P.O. Box 26122-00504
RE: AHI 2nd Anniversary Dinner
AHI has been in existence for two years and wishes to celebrate this milestone with family, friends and stakeholders alike. The event will also be a fundraising opportunity for sustainable projects AHI wishes to commence in Frank Educational Center (Dagoretti) and other schools in need of support. We are also looking for form long-term partnerships to help bridge gaps in the educational system, one school at a time.
To celebrate our ‘birthday’ we shall be hosting a dinner at the Hilton Hotel (CBD) on the 31st of October, 2014. The dinner will begin at 6pm. Tickets will be going at KES 3500 payable to MPESA Buy Goods till number 348554. The anniversary dinner will celebrate the milestones AHI has achieved in the past three years. Funds gathered from the dinner will go toward the starting up of sustainable projects in Frank Education Center that will then allow AHI to focus on other schools. The success of these projects will be duplicated (according to need) in schools AHI will work in.
As an organization, AHI recognizes the importance of partnerships in order to grow and create a larger impact. We are looking to partner with different like-minded organizations to assist in meeting the educational needs of pupils in targeted primary schools. It is therefore our wish that partnerships will not only help us reach more children but generate publicity that will translate to additional funding for projects.
An Honest Intention (AHI) is a not-for-profit organization is registered under section 10 of the Non-Governmental Organizations Co-ordination Act. The organization was founded by Gakii Biriri, now 24, who is passionate about sustainable development through education. She runs AHI with the help of directors and department heads who are either in school or having full times jobs. It is worthy to note that all members of the team are below the age of 26. They work on a voluntary basis to bridge gaps within the Kenyan education system with special focus in primary schools by working in schools with limited resources. Schools that have benefited from their projects are St. Catherine’s Primary School (opposite Mater Hospital) and currently Frank Educational Center, Dagoretti. The funds used from the projects come from family, friends, interns and other well-wishers.
For more information, contact Maureen Wambaire (+254 726 735 548) or Maryanne Nduku (+254 719 616 960)