Reverend Zehpania and his wife, Veronica, moved to the United States from Kenya in 2003. They have family here in the United States and in their homeland. Shortly after settling in the U.S., Veronica felt a strong need to feed the hungry in Kenya, especially the "street children" without families. Zephania and Veronica also serve as missionaries here in the Atlanta area feeding those in need. Zeveron Charity Projects is a 501 c3. All donations are tax deductible.
Our Board of Directors:
Rev. Zephania Muturi, Chairman, Veronica Mwangi, Secretary, Pastor Dan M. Mwangi, Coordinator, Nancy M. Wanjiru, Treasurer
What We Do
Who We Are
Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you.
©2017 by Zeveron Projects
Zeveron, in partnership with other charitable organizations, travels to struggling communities in Kenya to provide for orphans, the homeless, and the physically challenged. During each mission we provide studies, activities, and prayer in order to spread the word of God while delivering warm, nutritious meals to the homeless and to orphans. We distribute toys to the children and wheelchairs and walkers to the physically challenged.
Our Mission Statement
Zeveron Charity Projects reaches out to poverty-stricken communities in Kenya, East Africa to provide mobility to the physically challenged, nutritious food for the stomach and spiritual food (the word of God) for the heart and soul.