Dr. Auma Obama at the RTL-Telethon 2016 on November 24th
Dr. Auma Obama is the new supporter of RTL Telethon and is going to introduce the future project of Sauti Kuu and Together with RTL she is going to encourage donations. Everybody has the opportunity to donate by calling the hotline. Dr. Auma Obama by herself and other prominent mandates are going to answer the […]Read more.
Charm-Angels from Kenya make dreams come true
With this special project, donors and supporters can help Sauti Kuu with the completion of the sports and resource center in Alego. For a donation of at least 10,00€ you will receive a small Kenyan Christmas angel, which also can be a wonderful gift for a friend. The angels are handmade out of wood and […]Read more.
Stone by Stone for a better future
Donors and supporters of Sauti Kuu can now literally be part of our new sports and training center in Alego! With a donation of 250 euros, you receive an individualizable stone, which will be a part of our luminescent donor-wall together with other donor stones. Names, a corporate logo or a short message can be […]Read more.
Hotel Larimar in Stegersbach, Austria, has been a supporter of Sauti Kuu for years. Now, owner and operator Johann Haberl has offered a young man from Nairobi a very special glimpse into working life here: 19-year-old Desmond Herbert Muchoki is spending 2 months working as a trainee at the 4-star superior wellness hotel. Whether it’s […]Read more.
Running, donating, doing good
Running with celebrities for a worthy cause – with this motto, a charity run was held on Saturday, 22 October 2016 around the primary and secondary school in Eckersdorf, Germany. 3,000 euros in donations generated by the runners will benefit Sauti Kuu. The initiator of the sports event was marathon-runner Asha Noppeney, who at the […]Read more.
Sauti Kuu plans a cooperation with Straßenkinder e.V. in Leipzig
In preparation for the presentation of the Act Now Youth Award 2017, Dr. Auma Obama met in Berlin with a genuine pioneer of commitment on behalf of street children in Germany: Gabi Egler – better known as ‘Tante E’ [‘Auntie E’]. For more than 25 years, the former tram conductor has dedicated her whole heart […]Read more.