Here you’ ll find our current newsletter: We managed to achieve a great deal in 2022! It was not an easy year, price increases, food shortages and, above all, the drought in East Africa presented our partners with enormous challenges. We were able to help 3,500 children at short notice with school meals, we awarded scholarships and enabled over 1,000 girls to attend school uninterupted by providing them with reusable sanitary kits. We hope to continue this aid in 2023 as the drought continues to cause poverty and hunger. Thank you very much for your active support, it was and continues to be essential!
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Here you’ ll find our current newsletter: with good news we end the year 2021 and report on all the positive and successful programs that we were able to implement with your help in 2021!
Thank you very much for your active support, it was and is still is urgently needed!
COVID-19 has impacted all of us and changed many facets of our lives we took for granted, celebrating, regular working, but most of all being free to move and travel. For many of us it is a loss in freedom, for others it has a much greater impact. The majority of countries in which we operate depend on tourism. The closure of airports, the absence of tourists and the ensuing loss of jobs has lead to real poverty in many countries in Africa. Read more on all the developments here in our Newsletter 2020. Thank you for your donations, they are needed more than ever before!
Here you’ ll find our current newsletter on all developments and our visit to “Save the Elephants” and “Big Life”, Kenya. We took part in the daily elephant monitoring program and visited several schools we sponsor. You will find all the details here. Thank you for your generous and continued support, without it we would not be able to achieve so much!
The year 2018 is coming to an end very quickly and we would like to up-date you with our current newsletter on all developments and our visit to Big Life Foundation, Kenya, in May 2018. Meeting the parents of the sponsored students was extremely humbling and impressive. You will find all the details here. New plans for 2019 are transpiring and we look forward to an exciting new year 2019 with you. Thank you for your generous and continued support, without it we would not be able to achieve so much!
Dear Friends of the Capricorn Foundation,
The year 2017 has seen various challenges and has brought new insights. At the end of the year we are sending you our impressions and would like to sincerely thank you for your ongoing generous support without which we would not be able to assist those in need to such an extent. Please read our newsletter for 2017.
Wishing you a healthy, safe and peaceful New Year 2018.
The year is coming to an end and after a very exciting trip through
4 countries in June of this year I would like to give you a few impressions and an update on our work.
I would also like to thank you for your generous support without which we would not be able to help all these children. Please read our newsletter for 2016.
Wishing you a safe and peaceful New Year 2017.
The year is coming to an end and after a trip to the projects in Kenya in October of this year I can only reiterate my deep gratitude for your support in 2015. Your help is immensely appreciated by the children and communities we support. Read about the impact in this newsletter.
Wishing you a safe and successful New Year 2016.
Our Newsletter for 2014 is now online. Read about all the exciting new activities and send us your ideas and questions. Most importantly, please consider the Capricorn Foundation if you wish to donate during the Christmas Festivities. We guarantee that 100% of your donations are allocated towards the projects.
INTERNATIONAL MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS & RHINOS
International March for Elephants & Rhinos, 4.10.2014 – There will be another March to save the Elephants on October 4, 2014. Find out where here:
HAPPY EASTER FROM KENYA
Easter Greetings from Kenya – how do Maasai celebrate Easter. A letter of thanks from Musa Lenkoti’s family sent by the Big Life Foundation. Read the letter here:: Easter in Maasai Culture