What happens when two wild brilliant minds get together? They use their powers for GOOD! When our amazing ambassador Celeste Barber reached out to Sonya Driver, founder of Eco Tan, to ask for help to raise much needed funds for us, Sonya jumped into action and within days a glorious plan was in place.
Recently we were asked to be a guest speaker for the lovely ladies at 'She The Change' From the moment they emailed they have been so kind, giving and just wanting to support Rafiki and anyone they are in contact with! Sarah's nerves were high as always.. but she managed to get through her
Feeling proud and emotional and missing our Kenyan family more than ever at this special time of year. After our ‘feed our family in town’ campaign yesterday, we had such a wonderful response from you all and it was recieved well in town and our boys enjoyed the day so much.
The Yaru Foundation is excited to announce the launch of its latest project, to help provide world-class therapeutic treatment for Indigenous children who have experienced severe trauma.
Building the King's Castles (Taken from Constance's Facebook Page - Embeded below) Remember that time we built a home for sexually abused baby Queens in Kenya? And we showed the world that we won't be fucked with coz Queens are the shit? And my whole life
Lisa has brought sunshine and laughter to our Rafiki Mwema community and we have been passionate and active followers of her honest, open and tough to read story of her journey with terminal cancer. She reflects the very spirit of our beautiful children and loved that we had a mutually loving and reflective relationship with Lisa.
I am not sure where to start with this post. It is long overdue.. It should have come months ago when Laura from Asante Adventures started ‘Safari Mwema’ for Rafiki Mwema. It should have come while all of the wonderful participants where busy working hard raising funds to reach their $2000 target or perhaps it
Support the girls and we change their lives in a positive way, help them to build a better safer future and move forwards from the horrific abuse they have experienced. Support the boys and we will build a future generation that will be loving caring young men, that respect women and become good fathers that
We wanted to share with you this update from one of our volunteers so you can see our organisation from an outsiders eyes. You can find Jemma over on her FB page About to give birth to a baby called Kenya I have been writing this reflection for some time now. I don’t think it will
We’ve built the Queen’s Castle – now we have to fill it up! Hey, remember back on the 22nd March, when Queen Constance Hall shared a linkto rafikimwema.com with an impassioned plea to help raise funds to build a second safe house at our farm in Nakuru, Kenya, for sexually abused little girls? Of course
Most of the board members of Rafiki Mwema live in a small town on the North Coast of NSW called Lennox Head. We have a wonderful community who are constantly supporting our projects. Most recently we have a lovely lady named Kristy who had been following Constance Hall and loved the Queen's Tattoo Tribute that
Empowering Resources (Naomi Hunter) and Rafiki Mwema are joining forces to raise funds to create a bilingual Swahili / English copy of A Secret Safe to Tell, by Naomi Hunter. We have commissioned a Kenyan artist to recreate the images with an African basis providing a book that will nurture, educate and empower kids from Kenya
One of our wonderful supporters, Green Foot Mama are running a promotion to help us get a sun shelter for the playground we are building at Doyle Farm. Their aim is to raise $1500! You can help us by spreading the word! We feel it is perfect timing with Easter approaching. What better way to