Dodore Foundation is a Dutch Foundation and was launched in June 2011 in Nairobi, Kibera (one of Kenya’s biggest slums) with the aims of uplifting mother-headed-families with small unconditional gifts of around 10 euros (1,000 Kenyan Shilling) every month. This program has currently ended.
Since 2017, Dodore Foundation has extended our program to support 280 school children for a daily nutritious breakfast meal at schools. This is the Breakfast Club project in Nairobi : the 3 schools are FreMo, Dossabi Blessed Center and Precious Hope school.
Due to covid19, all schools in Kenya were closed in 2020. In order to support the families of our school kids, Dodore Foundation enabled direct cash transfers via mobile technology of around 10 euros (1,000 Kenyan Shilling) every month to each of the family since April 2020. We hope to be able to continue to do so till the end of 2020 and resume our breakfast meals when schools reopen in 2021.
The Breakfast Club project is to provide a breakfast meal to school kids in underprivileged and areas of poverty. We believe in giving them the opportunity to have an education, at the same time providing nutrition to build their bodies and minds.
Recently, with the war in Ukraine since February 2022 , the Breakfast Club has extended our support to a parish (All Saints Parish Roman Catholic Church) run by Pastor Jakub Debicki in the Province of Lviv (west of Ukraine), whereby about 2,000 refugees, including children, are trying to escape the war in the east of the country. The Breakfast Club is providing funding to provide the kids with a daily meal.