Do It With Boldness (DWB)
Do it With Boldness (DWB) is duly registered foundation that addresses the needs of the vulnerable children ,youths and women through creation of education and leadership development opportunities, access to quality psychosocial support and amplify the role of girls as leaders in their communities and beyond.
To serve individual members of the society to create a lasting solution through education, psychosocial support and mentorship.
We envision a mentored resilient friendly society with empowered, enlightened, productive, and goal-oriented generation of young people and women for the realisation of sustainable development initiative.
You can TAKE ACTION today by becoming our partner, donor, sponsor, mentor ,volunteer or member and help Us make a DIFFERENCE in someone’s life through our programs.
Our Latest News and Blog
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” — Mahatma Gandhi
``I met with the DWB team during Rusinga Island Annual Festivals where we were involved in creation of awareness on HIV on Young People along the Beaches of Lake Victoria. This is a youth-led organization helping Young People across the Country in making Right choices for the Future of our Country and by deeds the best team to work with on youth initiatives``.
Stanley NgaraKing of Condom
``A wonderful team of dedicated young people mentoring youths towards sustainable livelihoods. I've worked with them in Suba Subcounty and their initiative offers long term solutions to young people and to the community at large``.
Joseph MainaDeputy County Commissioner Suba Subcounty - Homa-Bay County
``An excellent platform, to speak.Humbled to have shared my own personal Life Experience at the DWB - Voices from the Voiceless event. Feel so relieved and inspired more because I was able to inspire someone from my story and Students were able to connect and relate with what I only thought was personal before I shared out.``.
Irene Nanjala SimiyuAg. Programmes and Acquisition Manager KUTV
``It is inspiring to see Young People like you start giving back to the society at this age when you still need a lot even for yourselves. This is a challenge to us who did very little during our Youth and the best we can do now is to support your initiative to continue IMPACTING lives and making a DIFFERENCE in the society``.
Amb. Michael Adipo Okoth OyugiDirector for Diaspora & Consular Affairs at The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nairobi, Kenya.
Our Volunteering Journey
DWB has carried several mentorship programs
We value Partnerships and Networking