Iver AB (Formerly DGC One AB) was for many years our main sponsor and thanks to their generous sponsorship and technical support, the first Vocational Training Institute under the name of HOPE-VTI has been running successfully since 2012, and several hundreds of poor children and youth in Nakuru, Kenya have participated in free quality education using modern technology. In 2014, DGC entered into a new partnership with House of Plenty Foundation to establish yet another institute in Uganda based on the excellent results from the vocational training institute in Kenya. In Uganda, House of Plenty Foundation is partnering with the Government of Uganda which has provided the facilities due to their great interest in our model and results of HOPE-VTI Kenya in fighting poverty and unemployment among youth.
Since 2014, SNITTS have provided both financial and pro bono support much appreciated.
Through a generous sponsorship from KAPITAS (Sweden) and the family KENT & KAREN LUNDQUIST (US) we were able to offer
Entrepreneurship training to marginalized youth at our Vocational Training Institute Kenya during a couple of years. Since 2012 we have seen small hotels, hawks of sweets and other successful businesses emerge, breaking the vicious cycle of poverty among youth and their families in the community.
Prins Carl Gustafs Stiftelse Thanks to a generous gift from a Royal Foundation in Sweden we are able to keep up the Entrepreneurship training in Kenya and provide entrepreneurship opportunities for our students in Uganda for yet another year.
HM Drottning Silvias Stiftelse Care About The Children has donated a generous gift to the schools in Kenya and Uganda.
Pro Bono Contributors
The following organizations contribute to the work of House of Plenty Foundation with pro bono support within their fields of expertise.