Secure the Future 
of Lwala Community Hospital

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Unlocking health care for future generations.

 $5M goal

It costs $600,000 a year for Lwala Community Hospital to provide the highest quality care to our communities. Our vision is that an endowment covers these operating costs in perpetuity. With your support, we are seeding $5 million to make this vision a reality. Your gift will unlock health care for generations

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$5M endowment + local revenue = 100% hospital operating costs

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First bricks of the hospital are laid in 2007
In 2022, Lwala Community Hospital received more than 75,000 patients

Communities at the center of our founding story

In 2007, community members came together to open Lwala Community Hospital in Western Kenya with a clear vision–that the hospital would provide health care and save lives for generations to come. Today, you can secure that future and the long-term sustainability of the hospital by donating to the Lwala Community Hospital Endowment. This endowment will help fulfill a promise that no woman, child, or family in Lwala communities will go without access to life-saving health care. Read a full history here.

Shifting power into the hands of communities

At their core, endowments are a shift in power. By contributing to the Lwala Community Hospital Endowment, you are making a long-term investment in the community’s future–and signaling that you trust our health workers to continue saving lives. Lwala is at the forefront of the sector in its decision to create an endowment for our hospital. Leading social change strategists are making the argument that seeding Black-led endowments is one of the most impactful investments in long-term change

Mothers await nutrition counseling, breastfeeding support, and immunization appointments in this waiting area outside the hospital
Salome* is one of the 2,024 women who received an antenatal ultrasound at Lwala Community Hospital last year
*All names have been changed to protect individual privacy

Providing Health Care for All

Lwala boasts a 97% skilled delivery rate for laboring women in the region. We have maintained a 98% success rate preventing mother-to-baby transmission of HIV since 2016, and 98% of children under 5 in the area are fully immunized. Lwala Community Hospital is the cornerstone of these changes and has earned its reputation as a center of excellence.

Creating a Shared Legacy

When the endowment was launched, dozens of members of our staff stepped forward to take an ongoing monthly deduction from their paychecks and put it toward the hospital endowment fund. Our team is invested because we see the endowment as a transfer of ownership from donor dependence to local communities.

Learn more about the Lwala Community Hospital Endowment

We invite you to be a part of a shared legacy that will outlive us all. If you would like more information about making your name part of Lwala’s legacy and planning a vision trip to Lwala, please contact Mary Mulliken.

Join our growing Founders' Circle for the Lwala Community Hospital

MacKenzie Scott
TJ and Seran Glanfield
Larry Trabue
Constance Shumba
Gary and Carol Hobday
Jena and James Nardella
Stephen and Elizabeth Carr
Chris and Kirstin Hobday
Joseph Lalka and Teresa 
Paige and Henry Menge
Leigh and Morgan Hillenmeyer
Jessie and Brian Adams
Mary and Lee Barfield
Elizabeth and Bill Hawkins
Dave and Sue Pyke
Ashley Marks
Bill and Tracy Frist
Jocelyn and Brian Mason
Milton and Laura Ochieng’
Glen Tullman
Marc and Mindy Scibilia
Erin Ricci
Diane and Gus Lee
Victoria Heil
Karen and Justin Hill
Clay and Dorothy Sifford
Annabel and Tim Barger
Ebralie and William Mwizerwa
Livia Carpenter
Joel and Hilary Stanton
Andy and Katie Friedland
David and Rachel Ignacio
Julia and Ted DeNapoli
Marie Martin and Brian Heuser
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Jeffrey Tillus
John and Mary Zic
Laura Edwards
Margaret and Terry Noonan
Rhonda Coor
Marcia and John Stone
Robert Smith
Hunter and Leigh Atkins
Deming P Holleran
Daniel and Sarah Matthews
Jacqueline Lemke Chow 
(in honor of Brooke Baxter)
Erik Olsen
Bonnie Prettapapop
September and John Bowman
Duncan and Sara Wood
Penny and Peter Wright
Kate Clouse
Karen Cochran
Kevin Brown and Betsy Meinhardt
Elizabeth Rose
Carmelle Arad and Robert Libetti
Brittany and Ric Brown Leno
Matthew Hunsucker
Paul Mazzuca
Nanne Simonds
Melanie and John Sullivan
Heather Slagell
Aram and Michal Ayalon
Dr. and Mrs. Tom DeNucci
Barrett Foa
Sarah Gioe
Colleen Kelly and Matthew Jankowich
Sallie Olsen
Lindsey Rome and Jamie Lidell
Barry Smith
Ben Yuhas
Fawn Draucker
Margaret Feldman
Lori Golden
Lenox Mulliken
Ryan Dorson
Kristin Olsen
Derek and Lisa Wolfe
Suellen Miller
Ann Raziel
Tracy Thompson
William Hobson
Teresa Klyszejko
Millian Thompson Orman
Rosanne Petru
Stephen and Sue Trainor
Adriene Daigneault
Jenny and Matt Mulliken
Janice Stachowiak
Debra Brevard
Brenda Trump
Darren Walsh
Maria Concetta Ragusa

Lwala Staff Supporters

Hellen Achieng Okello
Florence Adhiambo Oula
Winnie Adhiambo Oyugi
Rose Akinyi Adem
Karen Akinyi Boyi
Jackline Akinyi Magambo
Eunice Akoth Atela
Nancy Akoth Onjure
Belindah Akoth Onyango
Edelquinn Anyango Opiyo Mum
Christine Aoko Onyango
Lavender Ateinto Olande
Dorothy Auma Omoro
Gianna Ferrara
Katie Gray
Robert Kasambala
Hellen Kerubo Gwaro
Simon Kimani Kihara
Katie and Zac Leonard
Sei-Kashe M'pfunya
Hildah Makandi Ngondoki
Lauren Marlar
Betty and Julius Mbeya
Mary Mulliken
Elizabeth Munyefu
Stephen Ochieng Ochieng Okongo
Aggrey Ochieng Odongo
Stephen Odhiambo Odipo
Wycliffe Odhiambo Osinda
Wycliffe Okoth Omwanda
Kenvis Oluoch Owuor
Thaddeus Omae Nyambogo
Antoney Omondi Ochieng
Wicklif Onyango Wasenya
Sylvia Otieno
Kennedy Otieno Obonyo
George Otieno Ogalo
Ash Rogers and Garett Switzer
Jane Wamae

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