“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
-2 Corinthians 9:7
All donations to ROCK Bridge Ministries are 501(c)(3) tax-deductible.
If you feel lead to support ROCK Bridge Ministries or one our ministries/projects you have a couple of options for giving. We would encourage you to consider using a credit card by choosing one of the options to the right. You have the availability to make a full onetime payment or you can set up a regular automatic monthly payment. We now use PayPal and you can use any of the Major Credit Cards.
Checks may be mailed to:
R.O.C.K. Bridge Ministries, Inc.
Compass Financial Consulting, LLC
400 Galleria Parkway, Suite 1050
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
R.O.C.K Bridge Ministries
If you wish to help expand ministries of discipleship, development, and empowerment in Nakuru, we invite you to partner with ROCK Bridge Ministries. We believe in creating sustainability in ministries and not dependence on our help; therefore, the donations we collect are used for creating lasting investments in the Kingdom of God in Nakuru. Some of our needs are ongoing, such as the administrative cost and salaries for R.O.C.K Bridge staff.
Tumaini Bethany Children’s Home and School
Many of the orphans at Tumaini still are without a sponsor that could help meet both the financial and relational needs of these children. Your financial gift for a specific child will cover all the expanses that are part of raising a child, food, housing, education, clothing and medical. But there is a relational need that can be met with your sponsorship as well. We encourage and facilitate communication between the child and their sponsor by way of letter and pictures as well as the possibility of visiting the child.
The majority children in the Kaptembwam Estate that surrounds the Upendo Church do not attend school because of the inability to pay for school fees. Supporting one of these children would give them a chance to get a quality education, give them a new school uniform and well as at least one nutritional meal everyday.
If the idea of worshiping and hearing the encouraging word of the Gospel in a workplace environment seems foreign yet exciting to you, then we would ask you to consider supporting this rapidly growing ministry. There is now not only a need for ongoing support but for an additional staff person to meet the many requests of business owners to R.O.C.K Bridge Ministries for someone to come to their business to share God’s word.
ShoSho’s Pantry, also known as Granny’s Pantry, was created on November 7, 2020 in honor of Cindy Buckner. Cindy traveled to Kenya, Africa for the first time in December of 2016 and instantly had a passion for making sure that the children and families in the Upendo community had food to eat. Your donation to ShoSho’s Pantry will help to provide food and hygiene items to families in need year round.
Cindy lost her battle to Pancreatic Cancer on November 27, 2020. Her family’s wishes are to ensure that her legacy in feeding those in need lives on.
-Blessed are those who are generous, because they feed the poor. -Proverbs 22:9
Water Truck Protect
R.O.C.K Bridge Ministries in 2016 commissioned a research to identify the viability of a water vending truck as a sustainable income generating venture for the ministry. According to the ministries strategic plan the initiative was to help create a self-sustaining income generating venture that would enable the ministry to meet its operational costs. It is worthwhile to note that during this year 2017, through the kind support of generous partners in the United States of America, the ministry purchased a water vending truck. As a ministry we are eternally grateful.
Through the generous support of our partners we seek to raise USD 60,000 to complete the water cycle (complementing the ministry water vending truck) by purchasing a small plot of land), drilling a borehole, installing a water pump and construction of a water tower with 40M3 storage tanks. Our option to buy a new piece of land is because our other land where we could have drilled a borehole is 42km from Nakuru town and this makes it an economically unfeasible from a business perspective to add the additional fuel cost to make the constant round trips to fill the water truck and return to Nakuru for deliveries. Also having our own source of water would significantly reduce our cost of sales. If you would like to help R.O.C.K. Bridge Ministries move toward sustainability you can make your one time gift for the completion of the water project here.