Gifts That Make a Difference
Do you sometimes wonder what to say when someone asks you what you would like for your birthday or Christmas? Or are you struggling to think of a suitable gift for a friend or family member?
Well, here is an idea that will not only solve the problem, but will also make a difference to the lives of the children at Destiny Garden School.
How about a row of tomato plants? Or a goat or some new books for the school library. Or even fish food – the school are setting up a fish farm to provide food for the children? There are many choices – see the complete list below.
All you need to do is send an email to email@example.com saying what you are interested in, and whether you are buying it for yourself, or as a present for someone else.
Destiny Children will be in contact to discuss your choice and, once payment has been received, you will receive confirmation with a Gift Card, which can include a personal message if you wish. This can be sent to you or to your intended recipient, as appropriate. In due course, photos of the gift bought by the school will be available. Simple, fun, and very rewarding!
This is your chance to give or receive an unusual and thoughtful gift, whilst also helping the children at Destiny Garden School to transform their lives.
Gifts That Make a Difference – the selection
£5 will buy 80 tomato or aubergine plants for the school vegetable plot to help feed the children.
£10 will buy educational toys for the kindergarten
£12 will buy five new books for the school library
£12 will provide pencils, sharpeners and erasers for an entire class
£15 will provide exercise books for each child in a class
£20 will add beans to the midday meal for the whole school for a day
£25 will buy sports equipment to help with the children’s physical education
£30 will provide all the children with a piece of seasonal fruit, an orange or a banana, for a special lunch
£30 will buy three textbooks; ones that are relevant to the Kenyan education curriculum
£30 will maintain the school fish farm for a week – the fish provide a nutritious lunch
£40 will buy a three-seater desk made by the local carpenter
£45 will buy a goat to help feed the children with milk and cheese
£75 will provide all 470 children with a school lunch for two Days
£90 will pay for the children in one class to take an educational trip to the Mombasa Museum
£180 will educate a child for a whole academic year
We would be happy to tailor your gift; for example: £20 could buy 2 text books or £80 for 2 desk units.