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Charity Partnership with Kijana Kwanza

We’re excited to announce a charity partnership with Kijana Kwanza (registered UK charity number: 1183099) which is a non-denominational grassroots project based in Tanzania that helps disadvantaged young people access education, vocational learning and life skills training to prepare them for a future without poverty. It was established in November 2018 to support young Tanzanians to fulfil their ambitions and become active, engaged and economically independent role models and citizens
We at Funoon have a vision for a world where creative arts, sports, and culture can thrive economically while also making a positive impact on the less fortunate among us through the Funoon Foundation. We intend to assist Kijana Kwanza with the following projects, among others, through this partnership:
  1. Beds and Mattresses for their Shelter
  2. Desks and Chairs for their Classrooms
  3. Supplies for a School Laboratory
  4. Laptops for a Computer Room
  5. Equipment to Pilot a Hydroponic Farm at the Shelter
How is this going to work? All proceeds from the charity Wallet will be donated to Kijana Kwanza until these projects are funded. Because this is a collaborative effort, Team Kijana Kwanza will provide regular updates on the progress and development. Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) says in the Qur’an:
“The example of those who spend their wealth in the cause of Allah is that of a grain that sprouts into seven ears, each bearing one hundred grains. And Allah multiplies ˹the reward even more˺ to whoever He wills. For Allah is All-Bountiful, All-Knowing.”
This unique aspect of our platform has a long-term financial influence on charity initiatives all across the world. Giving back is ingrained in our faith; its impact does not only extend to the external world, but also to our internal states and brings us closer to Allah. We wish to build an inclusive community that comes together for such greater purposes and creates a lasting impact rather than a one-time impact. We’re thrilled about the potential of bringing soft-coded digital philanthropy into action and can’t wait to see all the donations bear fruit and have a great social impact in Tanzania.