Know me for my abilities, not my disability

Valerie Olesia Busaka, is a third-year student at Kenyatta University, pursuing Gender and Development Studies. She is also the Congressperson for Kenyatta University students with Special Needs, a volunteer for the Do It With Boldness Foundation, and an ambassador for the Gifted Community Centre.
She is a fan of sports, adventure and politics. Busaka has been in a leadership role for the last
three years and she is inspired to showcase her leadership capabilities at the national level in the
coming years.

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Host A Volunteer

Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity. Yet one in three young people will grow up without this critical asset.

Are you passionate about VOLUNTEERING to serve Humanity? Do wish to become a MENTOR to kids, youths or women coming from disadvantaged communities? Our Volunteer programme enables Young People to find opportunities and make a DIFFERENCE in many different communities. The programme also helps them realize their Youths.

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Support A Volunteer

SUPPORT A VOLUNTEER WORK

Our Volunteers are Young Men & Women who demonstrated commitment to development agendas and are willing to Mentor other people in the path to success. They are ready to work in different communities and in different schools for a period of 3 Months to n12Months. Our goal is to provide these Young People with a lifetime experience during their service as Volunteers with DWB.

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Become A Volunteer

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

If you are a Young Person committed to mentoring others through success path, this is a place for you. 1 in 3 young people grow up without having a mentor in Africa, either through a formal mentoring program or informally through a family friend or community member – leaving them disconnected from a critical resource to equip them with Life-Skills tools and Resiliency. DWB VOLUNTEERS are making a difference by Mentoring in Schools and across several communities through our programmes.

DWB provides its Volunteer with the tools, skill, experience and exposure to Community/Humanity service to empower them and supports them as they work on their career goals, thus building individual capacity. We provide innovative insights and ideas that will enable VOLUNTEERS to be better aligned with development issues.

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Volunteers

 

Diana Wataka is a graduate of Kenyatta University, BCOM(Accounting) and Former Deputy President ASA_KU. Diana is a passionate Accountant and a  great social Ecologist and humanitarian advocate.
Diana Wataka is a graduate of Kenyatta University, BCOM(Accounting) and Former Deputy President ASA_KU. Diana is a passionate Accountant and a great social Ecologist and humanitarian advocate.
JEDIDAH WANJIRA is a 3rd year student at Mount Kenya University pursuing Bachelors in Dental technology.She is passionate about serving humanity, show compassion, being the voice to the voiceless and always making a difference in lives in every little way possible.
JEDIDAH WANJIRA is a 3rd year student at Mount Kenya University pursuing Bachelors in Dental technology.She is passionate about serving humanity, show compassion, being the voice to the voiceless and always making a difference in lives in every little way possible.
Jackline  Muriuki is a Community Development student at Mount Kenya University. She is hardworking, self-driven lady with a passion to impact lives positively in the community.
Jackline Muriuki is a Community Development student at Mount Kenya University. She is hardworking, self-driven lady with a passion to impact lives positively in the community.
Anita Silayi is a fourth-year student pursuing Gender and development studies at Kenyatta university. She is  passionate about promoting gender equality and equity so as to enhance development among the communities, utilizing available resources to prolong and improve human life thus increasing productivity and improving the economy of the community.
Anita Silayi is a fourth-year student pursuing Gender and development studies at Kenyatta university. She is passionate about promoting gender equality and equity so as to enhance development among the communities, utilizing available resources to prolong and improve human life thus increasing productivity and improving the economy of the community.
Maresi Isaiah is a graduate in Sociology from Moi  University and in his endeavour to add value to society he has passion to contribute by working with people at all levels to educate, mentor, and empower .
Maresi Isaiah is a graduate in Sociology from Moi University and in his endeavour to add value to society he has passion to contribute by working with people at all levels to educate, mentor, and empower .
Ann Matekwa is a  third year student at Kenyatta University, pursuing Gender and development. She is passionate in assisting and empowering people in the society and making impacts in their lives.
Ann Matekwa is a third year student at Kenyatta University, pursuing Gender and development. She is passionate in assisting and empowering people in the society and making impacts in their lives.
Grace Wawira is a fourth year Student pursuing Public Administration and Governance at Mount Kenya University. She is a visionary lady with ideas and planning Strategies who is goal and action oriented and appreciates the actualization of new technologies for the betterment of the community. She is passionate about serving and mentoring the youths in the society and working towards talent development.
Grace Wawira is a fourth year Student pursuing Public Administration and Governance at Mount Kenya University. She is a visionary lady with ideas and planning Strategies who is goal and action oriented and appreciates the actualization of new technologies for the betterment of the community. She is passionate about serving and mentoring the youths in the society and working towards talent development.
Zainabu Mutambo is working in one of the best telecommunication company in Kenya. She has passion in serving and mentoring people especially women and vulnerable people to bring back their smiles.
Zainabu Mutambo is working in one of the best telecommunication company in Kenya. She has passion in serving and mentoring people especially women and vulnerable people to bring back their smiles.
FAITH MAINA is a fourth year student pursuing Gender and Development studies at Kenyatta University.I believe in myself and in a capacity to deliver the best out of what I'm involved in.I'm passionate on serving members of the society and coming up with solutions to the problems they face and empowering men, women, boys and girls.I believe in fostering teamwork because it enables great achievements to be realised.
FAITH MAINA is a fourth year student pursuing Gender and Development studies at Kenyatta University.I believe in myself and in a capacity to deliver the best out of what I'm involved in.I'm passionate on serving members of the society and coming up with solutions to the problems they face and empowering men, women, boys and girls.I believe in fostering teamwork because it enables great achievements to be realised.
Christine Waithiegeni Gichira , a student at Mount Kenya University pursuing Bachelor of Arts  in Counselling  Psychology.She is passionate about mental health and desires to reach out to the youths to curb high suicide and depression rate among women and the  youths.
Christine Waithiegeni Gichira , a student at Mount Kenya University pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Counselling Psychology.She is passionate about mental health and desires to reach out to the youths to curb high suicide and depression rate among women and the youths.

 

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Videos

 

Kajiado Mentorship Phase I

Voices from Voiceless

Kajiado Mentorship Phase II

Rising Cases of Murder

DWB Launch

Empower Her

 

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Become A Fundraiser

You can do this where you are, you can start by reaching your Family, friends, colleagues, or your Club members, or association. Tell them about us, why you want to support our Mentorship initiative and what it means for you. You can create a DWB Network in your area, share your experience and passion with us, like and follow our social media pages, market our Brand, put on our Thirst, organize Dinner plates for us and invite us to speak in your events, organize fundraiser events for us i.e., TEDX events, Bicycle race, Marathon Events or even Street walks.

Help us strengthen the communities around us through Mentorship by starting somewhere. You can single-out specific Event such a Community Mentorship Camp, you can go broad and be general, we don’t limit how you want to make a Difference in someone’s life by helping us reach more selfless individuals, donors, sponsors and well-wishers to support our activities.

Fill out our Fundraisers Application Form bellow, you can also send us an email with details of what you would like to fundraise for us if the Form doesn’t meet your expectations. You can support this initiative by spreading, using our QR Code or our Donate link on your website/social media pages.

 

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Host a Camp

HOST A CAMP

Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity. Yet one in three young people will grow up without this critical asset.

Are you passionate about VOLUNTEERING to serve Humanity? Do wish to become a MENTOR to kids, youths or women coming from disadvantaged communities? Our Volunteer programme enables Young People to find opportunities and make a DIFFERENCE in many different communities. The programme also helps them realize their Youths.

You can suggest specific Community where you would, with our team hold a mentorship Camp within Kenya, where you need your funds to be focused on in the Camp as long as it remains nonpolitical campaign tool. We don’t campaign for politicians and we don’t use our programmes to advocate for political ambitions of our friends, donors or sponsors.

To promote the programme and to reach more people with what we do, you can be part of this story TODAY, your donation towards the Camp will EMPOWER our Young People across the Country in a very special way. You can DONATE NOW and send fill out the Form BELOW with specific instruction how you would like your funds to be used. NOTE: We don’t use funds donated for specific projects to pay salaries

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Sponsor an Event

We are creating an image of success and authority for your brand in SMART ways to appreciate your IN-KIND donation towards our Events. Through event sponsorship, we can leverage this power of collective credibility. Your sponsorship supports our nonprofit events aimed at EMPOWERING Young People and Women through Mentorship. You get to IMPACT a life and Make a DIFFERENCE, you create a chance for Kenyan Youth to NETWORK and CONNECT, an EXPOSURE to GROW and to GLOW.

If you are a Brand Company looking to stretch its product market, you are philanthropic looking Event to fund, you are an individual who wants to give back to the society, you are nonprofit looking for who to partner with. We are here to work and walk on this journey with you, our events may be the best place to meet all your expectations and convert your support into transforming LIVES in the society.

To promote the programme and to reach more people with what we do, you can be part of this story TODAY, your donation towards the Event will EMPOWER our Young People across the Country in very special ways. You can DONATE NOW and send fill out the Form BELOW with specific instruction how you would like your funds to be used. NOTE: We don’t use funds donated for specific projects to pay salaries.

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International Volunteers

ISAAC RODRIGUEZ BETANZOS

Fundraising Co-ordinator (Volunteer )-Czech Republic

Novel writer and expert in the field of Quantum Psychology and Positive Psychology. Experienced multilingual business developer and account manager within IT, marketing and recruiting industries. Resilient and passionate about motivational speaking and mentoring, member of Toastmasters International and Mensa, with a Master’s Degree in Research Methods in Psychology.

IRSSA AHUJA
IRSSA AHUJA

Donor Relationship Advisor(Volunteer )-Pakistan

Her Expertise includes analysis, observation and forensic diagnosis of situations, people and projects. She manages projects, develop and design baselines survey, Social Impact Assessment, SEIA, monitoring and evaluation programs and deliver immaculate reports and proposals for clients. Currently, she is working with the Center for Social Justice, Lahore as Project Coordinator, bridge stakeholder, host community, project partners and donor on one platform for better understanding of projects deliverables and organization development, one of her master skills is to act as a liaison for building partnerships and strengthen the platform for peace and conflict resolution.

She is a Research specialist, her success as being a lead research specialist has been recognized by a number of organizations such as UNICEF, OXFAM, UNIDO ,GTZ, PPAF, NRSP, Directorate Staff Development, SAP, PES, and Engro Industries.

Earlier she worked with Internews, USAID, Henrich Boll Foundation, SAFMA ( South Asia Free Media Association), SDPI and ASR/ IWSL Applied Socio-Economic Resource Center / Institute of Woman Studies.

GURJEET KAUR
GURJEET KAUR

Fundraising Lead (Volunteer)-India

“An experienced social development professional with demonstrated skills in designing, developing and managing large scale development programmes, campaigns and strategic partnerships-in the areas of food security, sustainable livelihoods, inclusive education, women’s rights & humanitarian response. Proven competence in designing training modules and conducting training son gender, human rights, gender mainstreaming, gender audit, sensitising men and inclusive education.”

KRISTINA HEMZACEK
KRISTINA HEMZACEK

Editor (Volunteer)  – Croatia

Kristina Hemzacek is a political scientist and writer with a passion for women’s rights and empowerment, who joined Do It With Boldness Foundation as an Editor Volunteer. She has worked in the IT industry for three years, with a focus on privacy and security, and is currently working on an educational project for women in Croatia.

Caterina lorenzetti
CATERINA LORENZETTI

Video Editor (Volunteer)-Italy

I am a transfeminist activist photographer and my production is followed by a social and political commitment.
Since 2017 I have been experiencing different volunteering work within NGOs committed to cooperation and development of culture, society and defense of human rights. My production is mainly based on Migration and Gender Justice. The people that I cross by with and that decide to share something about themselves are the ones we create together a narrative of change. Celebrate identity, their strength and ability to adapt, stand up and fight for their dreams.

MEGAN ANDREW

Fundraising  (Volunteer )-China

Megan Andrew is an Environmentalist and Scientist by training, with extensive experience within both the corporate and start-up business space. She is highly skilled across multiple aspects of a business, including strategy development, project management, marketing, operations, customer success, and partnership management.

She has a passion for environmental sustainability and has a desire to make a positive difference through uplifting and empowering others.

ANNGEMA MORJIM
ANNGEMA MORJIM
JULIETTE HASHAM
JULIETTE HASHAM
HANNAH LANE
HANNAH LANE

Artist in Residence (Volunteer)-Spain

Gema  is  a graduate in Art History who lived  a year in Italy, and three years in Iceland. She considers herself as patient, empathetic, generous, she is a team player and like to help others.She  like to read, travel, write, meet people from all over the world.

Fundraiser  (Volunteer) -United Kingdom

Juliette is a MSc student in London studying crime and forensics. I am working for the DWB Foundation as I am passionate about tackling violence against women worldwide, and understand the impact of intersectionality on women of different countries and cultures.

Fundraiser  (Volunteer) -United Kingdom

Hannah is a BSc Student studying International Disaster Management in Coventry. She is passionate about supporting women in vulnerable situations and understands the negative impact period poverty can cause throughout an individual’s life. Hoping to bring new and fun ways to fundraising and promoting the work DWB does.

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