“What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.”
At MOKU charity is a big part of our DNA, we understand that even small efforts can make a big difference in someone else’s life. It is easy to think only of ourselves and with the ‘hustle and bustle’ of life we forget how lucky we are. MOKU Beach are passionate about aiding those less fortunate with basic necessities such as food, water, clothing, healthcare and shelter. Our vision is to use our business as a way of fulfilling our social responsibility. We want to promote the importance of providing clean drinking water, visiting and supporting the homeless, help with education for orphans and displaced individuals, help provide opportunities to tackle unemployment issues amongst the young in the UK and the developing world. We aim to help wherever and whenever we can and hope that you can support us along the way, We will be promoting a number of charitable causes that require funds along our MOKU Beach journey.
We recently volunteered at Cara Girls Project. The stories behind why these girls are at the centre were so horrific but their spirits, humility, love and togetherness that they showed was something to be admired.
We will be promoting a number of charitable causes along our MOKU Beach journey and our charity page will be dedicated to providing information about the charities and how you can get involved.
We thank all those that lent a helping hand to help funds go towards Cara Girls Project, after living there, we were made to feel like it was home. The spirit of Cara is that of togetherness. We can inform you that your funds went towards paying for a handcrafted Kenyan designed, energy saving charcoal convection oven. It bakes, roasts, toasts or steams. The Kenyan Ceramic Jiko was designed through efforts of local and international agencies and many concerned people. Today, the stove is so popular that it is used in over 50% of all urban homes and about 16% of rural homes in Kenya. Furthermore, its use has now spread to neighboring African countries, and variations of the KCJ can now be found in homes in Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Malawi, Niger, Senegal, and Sudan. It's amazing how far a good idea can go!