Save a Life. We are men and women, boys and girls, guardians, brothers and sisters – keepers driven by the will to see change, make a change, and deliver solutions to who the world has thrown away, shunned and turned its back to.
We are people who sees the need in the world and want to get up and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. We are working with the youth from slums and with street children. We are bringing water to the thirsty, bringing hope to the hopeless, and feeding the hungry. Our main goal is to empower the youth with right skills and motivate them into greatness!
doing rounds in streets like Eastleigh, Nairobi where we talk to street families on topics like drug and substance abuse, sex education, and sexually transmitted diseases. We also educate them on the importance of protection and abstinence.
Be vocal and spread our cause to your friends, family and on social media. Create Awareness!
With your very kind donations, Save a Life handed Ksh. 120,000 to Mama Brian for her son, Brian's medical bill. Thank you so much!
We continue to save lives. Thank you all for supporting Baba Caroline to cater for his medical bill. God bless you all.
Together, Save a Life helped Anastacia to offset her outstanding medical bill at The Karen Hospital. Thanks for your support!
We handed a cheque worth Ksh. 250,000 to Stephen Otieno. Otieno has suffered for the last 15 years with tropical ulcers.
I'm still in tears, this hurts, it is painful.
I met baby Virginia Mutheu at mlolongo in a small single room with her mum. What I saw, it is still paining me. I'm still in shock. This 14 years old beautiful girl was diagnosed with cancer last year.
She started her treatment at Kenyatta national hospital and through friends she was able to do two chemotherapies.
The doctor had prescribed for her 6 chemotherapies. But because of lack of funds, she could not manage to do the remaining 4 chemotherapies. The mother could not raise the money as well so they stayed at Kenyatta for 3 months without any medical support. The mother tells me that Baby Virginia was neglected and they were told that her file was closed and she could not get any medical support.
The mother narrates how devastating it was seeing her daughter's health deteriorating. As the mother tells me, the daughter was walking before starting the treatment but when she was neglected her health deteriorated. The ulcer on her neck developed and the mother tried to explain to the nurses by pressing the purse out so that they can intervene but no one supported.
The mother had no other alternative but to walk to the street and beg for funds. This did not go through and she was forced to seek help at her daughter's place in Mlolongo who currently has no job because of Covid 19 pandemic effect who in addition has two kids.
The cancer has spread in the head and has caused an open sore (or ulcer) on her head skin surface and seeing this was unbelievable that such a young beautiful girl can be at home and we have leadership in the country. It is disturbing and discouraging that such poverty can hurt that much that lack of funds can lock them from getting the basic need.
The burden became worse and now this family is depending on neighbours who support them with food.
The mother tells me that they have not hope she is now waiting for her daughter to die as she watches because she has tried her level best.
This girl is in pain hopeless...
Let's support this family, let's save her life.
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Baby Mutheu is lucky bumping on save a live foundation. Thanks to God because through the initiative she is...
The project is underway, we have managed to finish phase one which is the structure construction. We are remaining with the roofing, tiling (floor), willing, sound treatment which is sound proof and equipment.
We estimate the remaining part and buying of broadcasting equipment to cost 4 Million Kenya shillings. We are calling people of good will to help us achieve this. This studio will be used as a training hub in training film making, photography, video editing and promote talents around Githurai and it's environs.
So far we have trained over 500 young people and this training hub will be the game changer in transforming lives through skills empowerment. Thank you as you purpose to support. #humanity
The project is underway, we have managed to finish phase one...
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Meet Mama Brian. Her son, Brian had been struggling with liver illness. She sought treatment from end to end with her hopes almost crashing when she ran out of funds. Brian needed urgent transplant to survive, she couldn't raise the amount needed.
Through your kind donations, Save a Life managed to help her raise a portion of the money. Thank YOU!
You have a meal for the day, some others don't. A lot of people especially those living in informal settlements struggle to secure themselves and their families a plate of food everyday.
We often visit these areas and provide them a meal, we know it's not enough but it keeps them going. Join us, will you?
The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others. When YOU render help, believer or not – the feeling is truly rewarding!
Follow us @Save a Life and stay put to get to know when next we visit street families for our feeding programme. It counts! Be part of the great cause.
Remembering the sick in hospitals. A thought that doesn't ring in our minds as often unless we have our own there.
With the hashtag #Hope 4 the sick, Save a Life decided to visit a hospital and take a message of hope to the patients, along with some essential items for their use. There's lots of beautiful smiles in those wards we thought!
Youth empowerment is a process where young people are encouraged to take charge of their lives. At Save a Life, we transform the youth through skills empowerment.
We equip them with computer literacy, photography and videography skills but also take them through life skills. We believe in transforming the youth for a better future! Do you?