Legacy of Philanthropy

 

Generations Inspired Via Empowerment

Legacy of Philanthropy

Since Salome Olweya's passing, relatives like Roselyn Conforti (Salome’s daughter) and Millie Klumpp (Salome’s grand daughter) have continued to raise money and awareness for Nyaburi School through the Appleseed Ministry, a 501C-3 licensed non-profit organization in San Luis Obispo, California. To see more of Millie’s and Roselyn’s projects and to donate directly to the school, please visit www.appleseedministry.com/millie .
Left to Right: Millie Klumpp and Roselyn Conforti

Nyaburi Integrated Primary School

Nyaburi is located in Kendu Bay and was established in 1984 to cater to children with disabilities. The school currently has  a total enrollment of 428 pupils in primary and 112 pupils in early childhood classes. Donations help supply textbooks, school supplies, wheelchairs and crutches, and fund the school's general development plans. In addition to academics, Nyaburi offers farming programs that empower the community around the school, allowing the school to be sustainable and self-sufficient.

Local Philanthropy

Ceiphers Clothing regularly volunteers with nonprofit organizations in the Phoenix, Arizona community. By hosting fundraisers or just lending some time, we are able to give back to a community that gives us so much. To learn more about hosting a fundraiser for your local nonprofit organization, please send a detailed email to rachel@ceiphersclothing.com.

Ceiphers Olweya, Jenn Rose, and Rachel Olweya at Bow-a-Petite Charity Fashion Show