WELCOME to the MAJENGO CHILDREN’S HOME in Arusha, Mto Wa Mbu, TANZANIA!!


Thank you for giving us a chance!

Our vision: to provide stability, security and support for the children of the Majengo Children’s Home, offering good nutrition, medical services, clothing and education within a warm and loving environment from childhood all the way through to adulthood.

MAJENGO CANADA NEWS:

EAT, DRINK AND BE JOLLY with MAJENGO!CELEBRATE

WHERE: 284 Major Street, Toronto
WHEN: December 18th, 2-5pm

Please join us on December 18th between 2 and 5 pm to eat, drink and be jolly! There will be a cash bar, stories from the ground and a Tanzanian marketplace for last minute holiday gifts!

Any questions or want to help? simone.majengo@gmail.com

MAJENGO CHILDREN’S HOME 2016 budget: $362,000 CAN
Supporting 164 children/22 local staff
Donate today! Every dollar donated goes directly toward their support:
• Food, medical, housing, education, sports, recreation, enrichment, love and care

ALL DONATIONS: fully tax deductable in Canada and the US.

 

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