Welcome to The Kenya Trust

Special Appeal

Please take a look at our Project Data Sheet Page for details of our Project 2021
(updated March 2021)


Our normal fundraising activities have been severely restricted due to this COVID pandemic.
We really need your special help.

You can listen to the opening track ‘ They Shall Come From The East’ of the CD here as a taste of what you will be getting with the full 23 tracks.  Alternatively, spend a few minutes looking at the video above and you will hear 4 tracks from the CD.

Keys for Kenya CD Order from the on-line Shop page

As we were unable to launch this project in 2020 we have rolled it over to be our 2021 project.  Please watch the video on the left to hear about our ambitions for this project.

Featured in this video is a CD of 23 piano arrangements “Keys for Kenya” arranged and performed by the Secretary of The Kenya Trust and the autobiography of the Chairman of The Kenya Trust both are available to purchase from our on-line shop. The cost for both include postage and packing.  Visit our Shop page or 

Alternatively, click here to go direct to the On-Line Shop

Watch the video below which was received January 7th 2021 with a brief update of the project and a Thank You from the Deputy Headteacher.

Alternatively, click here: Project Data Sheets

The Kenya Trust is a charity registered in England  (Charity number 1105495).  

The Kenya Trust started work in 2003 and achieved charitable status in 2004 with the sole aim of supporting the work of The Salvation Army in Kenya.

The Aims of The Kenya Trust are:

1) To assist in improving conditions and facilities at Salvation Army schools, hostels and community centres in Kenya, and

2) To promote and support the development of music ministry within The Salvation Army in Kenya.

If you would like to know more about how The Kenya Trust came into being please see our ‘About’ page.

If you would like to support the work of The Kenya Trust please visit our ‘Donate’ Page or Facebook page.  Thank you.

Click to go to our Facebook page

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