Dear friends and supporters,

Meet Elizabeth Njohi from Gitinga Village near Nyeri in Kenya. She graduated high school through our Githomo program last year and was accepted to nursing school. This is an amazing opportunity for a girl who comes from such a humble background and has worked hard to overcome the odds. Please read Elizabeth’s letter below and consider Seeds to Sew when thinking about buying a unique gift for that person next on your list so we can help Elizabeth pursue her dream of education. If you are able, consider a cash donation directly to her education fund. No amount is too small!



My name is Elizabeth Njohi from Gitinga Village, Nyeri county. I am the first born in a family of three and a single mom who is a local farmer.

Our family has been through a lot in the past years. My youngest brother has a critical heart condition which started when I was back in high school. His condition worsened in my fourth year, only some few months just before I sat for my end of year examinations. My family condition traumatized me and the depression affected my performance.

I qualified to pursue a nursing course at Mathari Consolata Missionary Hospital College. I am humbly requesting for your support on school fees and maintenance to complete my studies. With your support, I will be able to break through the cycle of poverty and also transform and empower my future, that of my family and the community as well.

How you can help:

  1. Seeds to Sew is hosting a special fair trade fundraising event. Our partner, FairTrade Caravans, offers unique fair trade products to make a world of difference through fundraising. Their products are made or grown with no child labor, fair pay, safe working conditions and sustainable practices.
    From  Friday, October 15 through Monday, October 25, 2021, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase a variety of beautiful, one-of-a kind holiday products and gifts online, shipped directly to you.  Seeds to Sew will receive 25% of product sales to go towards supporting Elizabeth. All money raised will go directly to fund her school fees and expenses.
  2. Shop at our shop on Seminary Ave. in Hopewell, NJ during our business hours (Tuesday – Saturday 11-6)
  3. Shop on our website, any day, any time, our online store is always open.As always, 100% of net proceeds from sale of products made by our participants in Kenya, and 20-40% of proceeds from sale of our Pop-up offerings go to fund our Kenyan operations directly.
  4. Donate by check, bank transfer, cash or via PayPal

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