Newsletter Spring 2016

Brotherly Love The last 12 years have provided many pleasurable and satisfying challenges to myself, TKT Trustees and I’m sure also to those of you who have helped the Kenya Trust raise money in support of many worthwhile projects. These periodic newsletters provide an opportunity to say ‘thank you’ again because without your continued giving…

Newsletter Spring 2015

‘THANK YOU’ to all Supporters It is 18 months since the last issue of this newsletter. This hasn’t been due to a lack of things to report, much the opposite. I hope however that you are able to visit our web-site from time to time where you can find out about our current activity and…

Newsletter Autumn 2013

15 Years of accomplishments and success This year The Kenya Trust celebrates 15 years of supporting the social and music development programmes of the Salvation Army in Kenya. This is quite an achievement and when we look back over the years supporters of the Trust can rightly feel proud of what they have achieved in…

Newsletter Spring 2012

200 Not Out! The Kenya Trust became a charitable trust in 2004 and quite recently passed the £200,000 mark with its fund raising efforts. Whilst Trustees’ efforts have initiated the raising of this sum we are all mindful of the fact that this milestone could not have been reached without the many regular helpers and…

Newsletter Spring 2011

The Kibera Experience Watching the Comic Relief programmes on TV recently I was particularly interested in those featuring Kibera, the large township on the outskirts of Nairobi. Those who saw the programmes would, no doubt, have been full of admiration for Lenny Henry and other celebrities who volunteered to spend 3 days living with a…

Newsletter February 2010

Five Years On Last August The Kenya Trust celebrated its 5th anniversary although, prior to the setting up of the Trust in 2004, Envoy Ken Clark (now officer in charge at Luton) had been involved for a number of years in running ‘A Music for Kenya Fund’. This fund assisted the Army with its music…

Newsletter January 2009

January 2009 On arriving home following my first trip to Kenya some five years ago I was soon taking a hot shower to freshen myself up after the journey. As I relished the experience, and with memories of Kenya so fresh in my mind, I recall thanking God for hot and cold clean water, on…

Newsletter January 2008

January 2008 With Christmas still relatively fresh in the memory I feel gladdened by the thought that so many people believe in that old motto ‘it is better to give than to receive’ as so many of you have assisted the work of The Kenya Trust in 2007. Thank you very much for this continued…