KUPPRAC's Visit to Moses and Mary Children's Home

On March 23, 2024, the Kabarak University Public Policy Research and Analysis Club (KUPPRAC) embarked on a heartwarming journey to Moses and Mary Children's Home in Elburgon. Led by the club's Vice Chairperson, Boaz Omato, 60 dedicated club members and a stuff ventured to the home with the mission of spreading love, support, and hope to the children in residence.

The visit was a testament to KUPPRAC's commitment to community service and social responsibility. Upon arrival, our members were greeted with warm smiles and open hearts by the staff and children of Moses and Mary Children's Home. The atmosphere was filled with anticipation and excitement as the day's activities unfolded.

Throughout the visit, our members engaged in a range of activities designed to uplift and inspire the children. Interactive sessions, featuring conversations, games, and shared stories, provided opportunities for genuine connections to form between our members and the children. Additionally, generous donations collected by our club members, including essential supplies, educational materials, and recreational items, were warmly received by the home's staff and children, promising to enrich their lives and experiences.

The visit was not only a chance to give back to the community but also a learning opportunity for all involved. Both our members and the children at Moses and Mary Children's Home gained valuable insights and perspectives through their interactions, fostering empathy, understanding, and mutual respect.

KUPPRAC extends heartfelt thanks to the Kabarak University management for their unwavering support and encouragement throughout the planning and execution of the visit. We are also immensely grateful to all club members who participated in the event, as well as to those who generously contributed donations for the children at Moses and Mary Children's Home.

As we reflect on this meaningful experience, KUPPRAC remains committed to organizing further charitable initiatives and community outreach programs. Our dedication to making a positive impact in the community drives us forward, and we look forward to continuing our journey of service and compassion.


For inquiries or to learn more about KUPPRAC's initiatives, please contact 0723 707484

Boaz Masika Omato

Vice Chairperson, Kabarak University Public Policy Research and Analysis Club (KUPPRAC)

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