The Kiswahili word Kimbilio means, "a place to run to". For the sick and dying in desperate need of care, Kimbilio Hospice has lived up to its name. We believe it is worth running for. Will you join the team?
Join the world's fastest runners in honoring world hospice day. The money you raise will reduce suffering and bring hope to adults and children in Kimbilio Hospice.read more
Kimbilio (kim-bee-lee-o) n. a place to run to. 24 beds of refuge and hope. It's certainly both a place to run to, and a place to run for. Join the team and help support...read more
At 2 ½ years old, Chelimo arrived to Kimbilio Hospice weighing a mere eight pounds. HIV+ and severely malnourished, Chelimo was near death...read more
When Carolyne first arrived to Kimbilio Hospice she was terribly sick and near death. Her immune system was nonexistent from HIV/AIDS, and her body was weak. Although she was only 30 years old, she could no longer walk or speak. She had already lost both of her children to AIDS, and her suffering was simply too much.
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