The Holsby Dinner Date

Rafiki mwema girls s550
START
18
September 2016
11:45 PM AEST
END
16
October 2016
09:00 PM AEDT
RAISED
$810.00
GOAL $500.00
162.0% REACHED!

About Our Auction

This sensational auction is in order to raise money for the Kenyan girl's safe-house, Rafiki Mwema.

I will come to your home, and provide a banging three-course dinner for you and five friends. I will not only cook and clean up afterwards, but I will also provide a three-hat waiter to help make your gastronomic experience a meal to remember.

The money raised from this auction will go directly to Rafiki Mwema. I will pay for all ingredients for your culinary experience so 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Rafiki Mwema in order to help pay for the girls' education, food, clothing, court and medical fees.

I'm climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in January to raise money, but I thought I'd also do something a little out of the box to raise money. This way I'm doing three things I love... raising money for a good cause, cooking, and meeting new people and doing something memorable together.

If you would like to read more about how Rafiki Mwema captured my heart, you can read that here -

http://www.keepingupwiththeholsbys.com/2016/02/15/10170/


About Rafiki Mwema

Rafiki Mwema is a safe-house for Kenyan girls who are all survivors of violent sexual crimes.

Ranging from babies to young women these girls are being housed, rehabilitated, educated and loved in hope that they will overcome their past in order to have bright futures.

These children, these girls, are warriors who have endured more in their short lives than anyone should have to. Their hope and their courage inspires me to be more courageous.

I am climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in January 2017 in order to raise money for these girls, one of whom is my sponsor child, Joy*.

When I'm finished walking that mountain I will go to Kenya and stay at Doyle Farm where the girls live and meet the Rafiki angels who have stolen my heart.

The Rafiki journey is long. Not my journey, it's only 15 days, but the journey of the women who founded Rafiki, the staff who work there, the girls who live there, and now the boys who have finally come to also live and learn and grow into men.

This journey requires a lot of support as it is not government funded, and this is me, doing my bit because I can't not do something.

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