All of the schools we support are government funded, public schools with very basic facilities; most are desperately understaffed and rely on parent teaching and charity fundraising to support them.
So even a relatively small donation can go a long way in Kenya and make a real difference in the lives of our children and their communities.
Check out our partner schools below and find out more about the journeys we are on with them.
In 2006 we founded Ngecho Secondary School so that children from the many surrounding primary schools would have access to affordable secondary education.Read more
Kamathatha Primary School is situated below Gilgil, on the arid and dusty floor of the Rift Valley. The school has around 300 pupils, drawn from a mixed community of pastoral Maasai as well as Kikuyu.Read more
Kamahia Primary School is situated on a ridge, with a pupil catchment area of about six miles. It was founded in 1973 and the grounds extend to about 10 acres.Read more
Kahuho Primary School was founded in 1972 in a former colonial farmhouse, which now serves as the school office, staff room and library; the grounds extend to about 12 acres.Read more
Cedar Primary School was founded in 1995 and now serves over 400 hundred pupils within a five-mile radius.Read more