Come join Serve A Village and Noufal in our 5K TRAIL RUN AND WALK on Saturday, July 11th at 7:30 am to fund the construction of a community library and volunteer hostel in Vihiga, Kenya.
Gold's Gym is currently hosting a diaper drive for The Northern Virginia Diaper Bank at the following locations. All members of the community are invited to participate.
1. Gold's Gym Sterling, VA: 46262 Cranston St., Sterling, VA 20165. 703-584-4802
2. Gold's Gym Ashburn-Broadlands, VA: 21625 Red Rum Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147. 703-726-9804.
THANK YOU GOLD'S GYM!!!
Serve a Village has launched a gofundme.com campaign with the goal of raising $4,000 to support the Kigima Resource Center in Maragoli, Vihiga, Kenya. This library serves 7 villages, 9 schools, and is, as far as we know, the only free, public library in Vihiga. The link to the campaign is http://www.gofundme.com/kigimalibrary. Please help us keep this library open and growing for the coming year.
We invite you to help stock up the Northern Virginia Diaper Bank, a project sponsored by Serve a Village and the Rotary Club of Ashburn, VA, by selecting a package of diapers from our Amazon Wish List. Currently, our greatest need is for size 6 diapers and pull-ups. If you'd prefer to make a cash donation instead, Please click here to donate via paypal today.
Thanks to your donations, since December 2013, we have already PROVIDED 40,804 diapers to our recipient partners in Fairfax County, thereby ASSISTING 1,276 babies in need.
Upcoming Expedition: November 20-30, 2015
Serve a Village is currently working on four projects; we have one domestic project and three international projects. Where possible, we associate the international projects with our humanitarian service expeditions.
The Northern Virginia Diaper Bank
The Kigima Resource Center is a library created by Serve a Village in Maragoli, Kenya. It is the only free public library in the area. The mission of the Kigima Resource Center is to create a functionally literate and informed society through reading and listening, thereby developing self-reliance and creating harmony among the community.