Please Support Our Writing Projects


We purpose to bring you high quality writing on issues that matter to you.
We intend to keep all Complit Communications web sites ad-free, which:
  • enhances your reading experience
  • allows us to fully focus on writing
  • prevents undue commercial influence on our editorial.

To achieve this, we need your support in meeting the costs of running (Connect Magazine, The Walkabout and Lasting Impressions) sites, engaging expert opinion, paying contributing writers and necessary travel in our pursuit of better stories for you. And to keep our content timely and regularly updated.

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Become a supporter through any of these methods:

Making a Paypal Donation
With Paypal, send us either a one-off or a recurring donation, right from your PayPal account or from your linked Debit card.
Just click the above Donate button and you're good to go.


Becoming a Patron

Donating through Patreon lets you to make a recurring donation of any amount of your choice, and thanks to this, you gain access to early-release or exclusive Patron-only content from Complit Communications.


Donating via M-PESA
The number to send to is:
If you're within Kenya: 0725122450

From abroad, using Wave: +254725122450.
The Wave app is available for both iPhone and Android.

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We understand that not everyone can support us through a monetary donation. In that case, kindly share our content widely with your family, friends and networks across the web.
But if you can, your generous support will go a long way in helping us bring you content that has meaning, makes a difference and adds value.


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SUPPORT OUR WRITING

We aspire to bring you regular, well thought-out writing on Connect Magazine, The Walkabout and Lasting Impressions free of ad clutter and undue commercial influence on our editorial.

Kindly support our writing by:
- donating through PayPal.
- Patreon support which earns you exclusive rewards.
- sending your contribution through MPESA.

This is what we'll use the money for.

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