Thank you again for subscribing to New Dawn Communities. As a potential partner, we want to help you consider your investment of time, money, prayers and passion in this noble cause.
New Dawn opened its first community in Kenya in 2005. Since 2009 we have had about 500 graduates from our high schools in Kenya and Tanzania, 70 of which graduated in 2022.
These alumni have gone on to attend university and college, graduating with degrees, getting married, starting their families, and establishing their careers & ministries.
Developing Leaders in Africa
We are inviting you to donate towards a self-sustaining mission that develops leaders in Africa. Your investment goes toward developing an orphan into a leader and has the potential to create an influencer who makes a real and lastingimpact in their world.
Alumni Praises New Dawn for Giving
They will give back to raise more leaders. This in fact has become a reality for Boniface Mwangi , a 2010 graduate of New Dawn Communities, Kenya.
Please click the link below to hear his testimony and his career ambitions to sponsor and feed many.
Boniface was a finance major who graduated from university in 2016 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He is now married and has a 3 yr. old son. He currently works as an accountant in a finance department at Nyeri National Polytechnic. He states…
“I am proud and very happy for what the New Dawn Community did for me. I attended for 4 years without paying a single cent. You have empowered us. We are now going to be part of the sponsors, not paying you back, because we cannot pay you back for all you did, but we want to take part.”
Is this not proof that your investment in New Dawn will be multiplied?
Boniface goes on to say…
“Not many people can just decide to assist other people, but I have seen that it can be done, and I also want to do it. It is the greatest satisfaction that I could ever get. Many people attach importance to big things like buildings and motor cars, power, influence, but I have attached value in what New Dawn does”.
Alumni Install Solar Power in Kenya
Recently Boniface led a group of New Dawn Alumni who successfully installed self-sustaining solar power on the Kenya campus. Another example of how grateful NDC alumni give back.
More proof your investment will be multiplied.
Alumni gather in Kenya to celebrate their successes and praise New Dawn founders for their efforts to turn orphans into leaders and influencers in their world.
The New Dawn story has many elements to it, from the alumni to the campus and staff, all the goods and services the students receive during their education to how we run our 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Our 4-part email series will bring all of this information to your Inbox so please stay tuned for another edition. In the next message you’ll learn how your donations go directly to the campus to provide for the students and the staff. You can also choose to designate your offering to go towards the facilities that the students use on a daily basis.
Thanks for your consideration. We look forward to our future partnership to help transition African orphans into graduates.