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.
The Chekombero Special Primary School for the Deaf is located close to the town of Mudete in western Kenya. The school has both day and boarding pupils. The project is muli-faceted with a combination of building new classrooms for Early Child Development and new latrine blocks as well as general repair and maintenance of existing buildings and infrastructure. The photographs on the left provide you with a taste of the scope of the project.
Our Christmas 2023 Appeal is for 25 bunk beds and 50 mattresses – Click on the video below to find out more. To donate directly to this project click on the image below.
Chombeli Workshops for Street Families is a vocational training centre for street families in Eldoret, Kakamega and Kisii in western Kenya. The training courses in Agriculture, Woodworking, Metal Work and Tailoring lead to a nationally recognised certificate. On graduation the family members are provided with tools and start-up facilities to start their own businesses and thereby provide a steady income. The aim is to allow thiese street families to become self sufficient.
The Kenya Trust committed itself to raise funds to improve the infrastructure at the Muthanthara Primary School and the Muthanthara Secondary School in central Kenya. We are pleased to announce that the projects have now been completed and fully opened for the benefit of the students at both schools. The projects were dedicated and opened on the 5th September 2023 after overcoming a number of delays and difficulties experienced in the execution of the projects. The building of 2 latrine blocks at the primary school and the building and equipping of a new classroom to accommodate 45 students are now complete.
For more detailed information look on our Project Data Sheet Page on this webiste or click on this link to open the Project Data sheet directly. Click Here.