Land & Plots For Sale in Rwanda

Land & Plots For Sale in Rwanda
Land & Plots For Sale in Rwanda

The first of three “gift shops” is now open. All proceeds donated will go to the Children’s National Fund for Uganda and is distributed worldwide.

“We hope to help children from underprivileged countries spread the gospel of freedom and dignity by selling gifts to help them better understand the difference between family life and their own lives. We can ensure their better lives are being made, while raising funds to support orphanages, schools, and other communities,” said Amedeza Khatibala – Founder of the charity – on the first day of the shop opening.

Amedeza has donated a portion of the proceeds from purchasing the goods in Rwanda. The shop is run as a first-come, first serve. The new shop will be open on Tuesday and Thursday, 8-9PM on the first floor, while the second floor at 12:00pm on the first floor and 7-9:00pm on the third floor until 2pm.

In November, Amedeza Khatibala helped raise over $5,000 for the first of three gift stores opening in Rwanda. In July, Amedeza bought $200 worth of supplies, including sewing, pencil, eraser, and paint tools.

The children underprivileged, or “natives” — the ones in need of resources such as water, medicines — can now choose how and when
Land & Plots For Sale in Rwanda and Zambia

The first of three “gift shops” is now open. All proceeds donated will go to the Children’s National Fund for Uganda and is distributed worldwide.

“We hope to help children from underprivileged countries spread the gospel of freedom and dignity by selling gifts to help them better understand the difference between family life and their own lives. We can ensure their better lives are being made, while raising funds to support orphanages, schools, and other communities,” said Amedeza Khatibala – Founder of the charity – on the first day of the shop opening.
https://jiji.co.rw/land-and-plots-for-sale

In November, Amedeza Khatibala helped raise over $5,000 for the first of three gift stores opening in Rwanda. In July, Amedeza bought $200 worth of supplies, including sewing, pencil, eraser, and paint tools.

The children underprivileged, or “natives” — the ones in need of resources such as water, medicines — can now choose how and when