Posted in Family life, Volunteering Overseas, Writers

Writing takes on many forms

I continue to write daily and unfortunately that’s not always on this blog. You don’t get to see everything I do. I write letters, post on other blogs (Umoja Writing Competition), update my website (, along with my day work websites, write in journals, re-write my manuscript (Finding My Tarzan), write on birthday cards, post status on Facebook (four pages), update Twitter; and now write on a crowd funding page.

We should appreciate beauty like this and enjoy days like this. (Terranora, NSW 19.7.14)
We should appreciate beauty like this and enjoy days like this. (Terranora, NSW 19.7.14)

It’s been something new and fun and I’d love to share it with you.

Please read: then if you feel the cause is worthy – donate.

From as little as $5 you can help this orphanage in the second poorest area of Kenya.

  • $5 you can buy a fruit tree seedling for the orphanage.
  • $10 buys a laying chicken
  • $25 buys food for livestock
  • $50 buys a goat
  • $100 buys piping for irrigation
  • $150 bus seedling for a small crops acreage
  • $200 buys reforestation trees
  • $500 buys a 10,000 litre water tank
  • $1000 shares in the second well for water harvesting

Just a little goes a long way, so any donation is appreciated.

See the campaign video here:

Thanks for reading.


Donna Munro is the author of The Zanzibar Moon and Kendwa's Secret, freelance writer, blogger, graphic artist, content writer, book marketer, administrator, web editor and book reader. She's been published in Take Five, The Australian Woman's Weekly, For Me, She, That's Life, Woman's Day and Club Life (as well as smaller publications). In 2017 she formed Warm Witty Publishing to self publish her debut novel 'The Zanzibar Moon'. Donna lives on the Gold Coast with her husband, youngest son and the weirdo Staffy Mahli. She adores being a grandmother but still feels young. She often joins her husband's pool cleaning business, just for fun (but is unsure if she's all that helpful). She keeps fit and has a fondness for elephants (she sponsors Tundani in Kenya) and owls. You'll often find her digging her toes in the sand while reading a novel at the beach.

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