Thursday, September 3, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
Big success at the Dinner for the new President Rtn Dhanji Naran held on Saturday 18th July at the Sea View Resort in Malindi. 120,000Ksh were raised for our bursary education funds that will sponsor bright students from our needy community to go to secondary schools.
More than 130 people enjoyed the evening with good meal and fancy entertainment.
Blessed Generation Children Home were singing for the guests. They performed many songs and when they started to sing the rotary song "Viva la Rotary" everybody joined them enthusiastic.
From Mombasa star singer Nyota Ndogo and her team entertained the guests with a glamorous performance. She invited the children of Blessed Generation and the youth of Rotary (Rotaract Club of Malindi) to join her on the stage.
Rotary Club of Malindi take this opportunity to thank all the friends of Rotary for the contribution to this evening. Our special thank goes to:
7 to 7 supermarket
A. Dossajee & sons,
Blessed Generation Children Home
Come back Bar
Joe Hair saloon
Sea View Resort
Star's & Garters
& all the Rotarians and Rotaractors of Rotary Club of Malindi
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
On Saturday 18th July 2009 at Sea View Resort in Lamu Road, there will be the PRESIDENT DINNER for the induction of the president 2009-2010 of the club Rtn Dhanji Naran
The function will start at 7,30pm, the entrance fee will be 1000/- and will include the dinner, but most important, all funds raised will go to our project to support the needy high school children.
The dinner menu will be:
- CHICKEN - rosasted and stewed
- GOAT - roasted and fried
- BEEF STEW
- PANFRIED FISH
- VEGETARIAN CURRY
- Roasted potatoes
- FRUIT SALAD
- ASSORTED DESSERTS
During the function the singer Nyota Ndogo will perform live some of her most known success.
For the rotarians that will want to join from other clubs there is the possibility to book a room at the venue for a special prize.
Friday, May 8, 2009
The Rotary Club of Malindi, Kenya runs an education bursary fund for children going for secondary school education and that are from poor families or orphans.
At the moment our club sponsors 30 students for their education of 4 years. Each student education for 4 years cost to the club 1,500 euros. The club manages to pay through well wishers and sponsors. Every year the need rises and at the moment we have over 100 applications waiting. We have limited funds for the children already in sponsorship.
Rotary Club of Malindi kindly request you to support this worthy cause and help a needy child. Your kind donation can be yearly or for a full course of 4 years.
Our goal is to raise up 5,000,000 Kenyan Shillings (50,000 euros)
Let's us join hands and make dreams real by saving and educating a less fortunate child.
Main donation came from Rtn Danji and family members as well as all rotarians of the Rotary Club of Malindi.
Unluckly the rains did not yet come so that urgently more food is needed. Any support from other Rotarians will be highly appreciated.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Mrs Mzungu, the Headmistress, was delighted with the gift.
Rtn Dhanji, Marita,and Heidi were vey happy to see the children clapping and singing when they received the desks.
This has made dreams real.
Eleven members took a school bus offered by Rtn Kioko and drove over 50 km, a two our drive, to see the project.
The two classrooms and the laboratory were admired by the group. The construction of the buildings were supervised by Rtn. Mustafa of RC Malindi, and were financed by RC of Como and Karibuni onlus (Italy).
Together with the Headmaster and assistant Headmaster of the school, the rotarians, Anns and friends (and some ants) celebrated the occasion with a picnic in the classrooms. Afterwards Kioko and Fester were showing how to play Prosecco volleyball. It was an enjoyable day for everyone.