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Connect with Kenyans. Feel the impact. Celebrate with a global community committed to creating sustainable development.  

This year we're aiming to secure the long-term sustainability of Ubuntu Life. Over the past few years, we have identified the greatest potential for impact in Kenya through three areas of focus: healthcare, education, and empowered employment. With this tightened focus and cohesion we are tackling the ambitious goal of making the work of Ubuntu Life completely sustainable by the year 2020.

By growing support for our programs now we can ease the financial burden on our income generating programs and free them up to focus even more on their own growth over the next few years. This is a goal few nonprofits are able to pursue and we need the support of our entire community of dreamers and ambassadors to do it.

We look forward to sharing the journey with you over the next few years!

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TRIBE MEMBERS

Lucy and Fred Coulson, Carolyn and James McDermott, Blish and Michael Connor, Ryan and Valerie Cox, Samantha and Justin Halloran, Nathan Dillon, Kelly McNearney, Lineene & Stanley Krasnow, Ric Bonnell, Sarah Grant, Kelley and David Lannon, Ken Malcolm, Jamison Monroe, Kevin Warden and Leslie Gossett, Christopher Roark, Stephanie and Joe Wachs, Jim Hise, Russell Hughes, Valerie Jurgens, Karina Sammons, Joe Warnock, Jim McDermott, Larissa Downer, Sarah Mgeni, Katy Hogoboom, Bruce Pendleton, Carol Vandelin, Lindsay Elton, Fred Reed, Jimmy Byrd, Kelli Lawless, Toshia McKeon, Seth Olson, Bety Henderson, Emily Hartye, Beth and Omar Hadi, Jennifer Anthony, Elizabeth & Alex Smith, Bobby Covington, Ken Gentry, Celeste and Austin Hope, Christine Weigle, Ashton Arthur, Mary Crouch, Maryam Filsoof, Sharon Green, Damon Hartye, Marie Hartye, Andrew Heckler, Peter Hession, Cali Huffman, Kelsey Janisch, Jodi Lane, Joel McAlister, Ciiru Michuki, Matthew Pauly, Christine Ramello, Gina Safdar, Ian Steyaert, Eric Webber, Jenna Wilemon, Eugenie Bolduc, Paula D'Onofrio, Darian Honigsfeld, Rebecca Meaders, Lisa Owen, Mark Hamilton, Armando Zambrano, Joan Havard, Monique Hodges, John S Olson, Miles Wilkes, Mary Elizabeth Cofer, Diane and Steve Adler, Barrie Arachtingi, Stephen Barber, Bobby Beaver, Jeff Beaver, Thomas Bercy, David Brantley, Aiysha Dahlgren, Lucia Diaz, Derrick Evans, Thomas and Judith Farrell, Juan Guerrero, Will Hardeman, Tenaya Hills, Melissa and Travis Hodges, Rachel Horn, Karen Keough, John Kliewer, Jennifer Leeth, James & Cathy Little, Darren Melonson, Lynn and Tom Meredith

 

TRIBE 2020

Brian and Cami Cobb, Justin Haynes, The Acacia Fund, Micah 6:8 Foundation, Matt Khoury

 

TRIBE//LIFER

Marjoray Wilemon, Tonie & Rance Wilemon, Carolyn McDermott, Alice 'Cucu' Johnston, Sandy and Leela Garcia, Phil & Michelle Swatzell

 

TRIBE//FAMILY

Amy Corbin, Charles Attal, Paula and Kevin Burns, Catherine and Emmett Beliveau, Melanie and Charles Jones, Kathleen and Ryan Sieders, and Rebekah Gainsley

 

TRIBE // HERO ($250/MO+)

Jimmy Kimmel & Molly McNearney, Glen Hinz, Eric Doak, The LeRoy Thom, Jean Thom and T-L Foundation, Inc., Jim McDermott, Wilemon Foundation, Allegro Coffee Company, Whole Foods Market, Inc., Zane Wilemon, Sean Blasko, Ladonna and Ken Davis, Audrey and Chris Munson, Pam and Mike Mycoskie, Steve Lauer, Karyn and Devin Scott, Ken and Ladonna Davis, Shanna and Joseph Grant, Tim Cobb, Annie and Ryan Jacobs, Zion Reformed Church, 


How do I help?

Setup a monthly donation or a one-time give at any level to support the Foundation, freeing up Ubuntu Made now to build for the future!

Current members can help too! Increase your monthly give by whatever amount you'd like, make a one-time give on top of your monthly support OR help us spread the word by sharing these celebrations with your community!

 

What's It Like to be a Tribe Member?

You celebrate with other members at events across the country. You proudly read stories directly from our Kenya team on the lives being changed. You get teary eyed when you get handwritten letters from the people you're empowering to serve their own community. And you look GOOD rocking products from Ubuntu Made and our partners through giveaways and exclusive deals. But most of all, you wake up excited to know you're a part of a community that is changing the world!

WHat am I supporting?

By investing in Ubuntu, you are investing in creating positive change and direct impact on communities in Kenya. 

Ubuntu is the biggest employer in many of the communities we serve, and with your help we can continue to build truly empowered employment as well as thriving health and education initiatives to support community needs.

 

 

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