To provide funds to schools and other community projects enhancing the well-being of rural villages in the developing world.
Karimu works side by side with the people of a Dareda Kati in rural Tanzania in order to help alleviate poverty through education and health programs. Every year the Founders of Karimu, Don Stoll and Marianne Kent-Stoll, bring volunteers to the village so they can learn about Tanzanian culture, share in village life, and participate in school renovation. Volunteers spend eleven days in the village and three days on safari. In addition to community service hours, students can earn college credit through California State University Long Beach. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to take part in a life changing experience.