In order to keep growing more food and continue our commitment to sustainability we’re raising funds to purchase additional land.
The land is adjacent to the Nambale Magnet School and will be used for cultivating more food for the children and increasing food security. Additionally, funds raised will be used to create architectural plans for a community resource center which will be used for both adult education as well as meeting spaces for community out reach.
Our overall goal moving forward is to expand the school to include a high school. This will allow learners to finish out their primary education at the Nambale Magnet School. Upon completion of this goal, the school will be one step closer towards self-sustainability. The Nambale Magnet School continues to serve the community from educating the orphaned and vulnerable children to career coaching for adults to both nourish and empower a struggling community.
The Cornerstone Project has been supporting and growing a school in Western Kenya since its inception in 2009. Starting with a baby class of 30 of the most under privileged children, the Nambale Magnet School has since grown to 380 students up to the 8th grade, with a working farm and educational opportunities for adults as well.
Here are some photos of some of the schools current farming practices
We will post additional updates to the campaign as they become available.
- 1Diane Cassidy
- 2Linda Leidel
- 3Anne Novak
- 4Barbara Bourgeois
- 6Martine Nolletti
- 7Anne Hungerford
- 8Vitalis Wekheye
- 9Stephanie Lehman
- 10Marsha Davis
- 11Eleish Van Breems
- 12Robert LaRosa
- 13Jennifer Bouquot
- 14Jennifer Siemon
- 15Narayan Chiropractic
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