Donate today to give hope to a needy cause

Donate today to give hope to a needy cause

Donate today to give hope to a needy cause

Every donation made to Husika-Afrika makes a significant difference. If you are not able to give regularly, you can make a one-off donation.

Cheques can be made payable to Husika Afrika Foundation and posted to Husika-Afrika Foundation, P.O. Box 40539 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya.

To make donation over the phone, please phone us on +254 712 944 500 and ask for the Donations Administrator.



We can give you over 200 reasons.

That’s the number of young people and women we connect with every week through over 6 community projects and training programmes.

Your gifts ensure we can offer the very best meeting plan materials, creative and dynamic ideas for both outreach and discipleship and thorough, yet easy-to-access training for all these volunteer teams.

There are many other organizations doing great work and making a huge difference but we know that there is still overwhelming needs to be met by other institutions to  transform especially the young people, women and people living with disability. Husika-Afrika are committed to seeing this change – and you can really help us. Your giving can have a dramatic effect on the precious lives of these  young people and women.

Your gift would enable Husika-Afrika to:

  • Equip local youth and women groups with training, resources, support and encouragement.
  • Offer life-changing experiences to vulnerable young people and women such as events, holidays, community projects and training programmes.

We can’t all be youth workers but we can all play our part to help vulnerable young people and wome fulfil their God-given potential.

“I was among the very first six people that Urban Hope Project , now Husika-Afrika gave the iopportunity to not only go back college and finish my catering course by paying connecting me to people to pay my fees, but also helped me to know God and to have hope in life. I learnt so much about self, and this increased my self-esteem and enbled me even to pusue my talent in spoken word and music. I a grateful to Husika-Afrika through Pastor Bantu.”  

Baro, 26.

“Husika-Afrika is home for me and friends. There is so much out here that can derail you from pursuing your dreams. Our hood is notorious for drug and substance, but being part of Husika-Afrika means that I have very little time free, to engage in destructive behavior anymore. I used drugs before I came across Husika-Afrika, but now am reformed, and helping with admin work at the youth club.”

Maria, 22.