Have a skill to share? Interested in teaching or mentoring a disadvantaged member of the local or international community? Interested in community service? Join us in the pursuit of empowering and uplifting members of our community.
Books, shoes, clothes, computer & medical equipment or any other donations are welcome along with any monetary gift of any value. These donations go a long way in uplifting individuals and families (your donations are tax deductible).
Give hope and make a lasting impact on someone's life.Can you adopt an orphan or sponsor a child or make a positive impact on a community?Do you want to make an impact through a medical mission trip? (tax deductible expenses).
Members are encouraged to sign up for the Benevolence Fund in any of the participating chapters as it is a good community fund to utilize in case of any family bereavement or medical emergencies.
A National Benevolence Fund geared towards serving nationally registered members and those whose home chapters may not have an established fund, has now been established. It was launched in Minneapolis, MN on June 23rd, 2017. All members, whether registered as members or not in other benevolence funds, are also encouraged to register as members in the Gotabgaa Family Foundation benevolence fund so as to harness the power of numbers to their mutual benefit.
A majority of international
students who come to the U.S. to study face challenges which typically include adapting to a new culture and financial sustenance. Mentoring such students can help ease the transition.
Gotabgaa International encourages it's members to lead their children and youth on a path to discovery and enhancement of technology skills. This is best achieved by nurturing and providing a conducive environment for them to learn and develop new skills.
Gotabgaa International holds an annual cultural event over the summer with participants coming from all over the world. The cultural fete focuses on the learning and appreciation of the Kalenjin culture through games, songs, dances, storytelling, oral presentations and discussions, cultural dishes & more. The event comes to a close on a Saturday night with the declaration of a new Miss Kalenjin!