Greetings this holiday season!
We are delighted to be able to reach out in this new electronic format. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, I feared that we would no longer to be able to continue to support the 450 learners at the Nambale Magnet School that have prospered with our help. There were many sleepless nights until we as a group reinvented ourselves and challenged ourselves to do things differently.
We went digital and all of you responded with resounding support. It is because of you that we are still relevant and still making a difference. We are humbled and grateful for your support.
When the Nambale Magnet school was faced with a five day notice to partially reopen for the 4th and 8th grade classes with no assistance with PPE, you all were there. Together we moved mountains to be able to open up on time and start to care for our learners again. The student who have returned to school are eating 3 meals a day again and learning and growing.
Please reach deep into your hearts this holiday season for the students who, if it were not for their school/home, would be forced to maintain an existence of near starvation, lack of sanitation and child labor for survival.
Wishing you the best for this holiday season with your loved ones near at hand or near in heart. Health and safety to you all. A heartfelt thank you from the Cornerstone Project and the students and staff at the Nambale Magnet School and of course, the school’s founder, Rev. Evalyn Wakhusama.