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1- Our 2022 project to raise funds for infrastructure improvements at the Muthanthara Primary and Secondary Schools is almost complete.  The Primary School improvements have been fully funded and construction is underway.  The first of two classrooms at the Secondary School improvements has also been fully funded and we continue to raise the funding for the second classroom.   To  see more details of the project click HERE.

2- Our 2021 project, The Makhwabuye Primary School improvement project, is now complete and officially opened.  See the News page for details and also you can click on the link to see the detailed Project Data sheet.  Click to see the Project Data sheet for specifics of this project.

3- Christmas Braille Paper Appeal 2019 to raise funds to supply braille paper to 2 schools for the blind and visually impaired raised over £1,500 and the funds have now been sent to Kenya and the paper has been delivered. See the Project Data Sheet for details.

4- Our 2019 project, The Joyland Wheelchair Appeal is closed – Thank you for a successful appeal.  To see more details of this project click here to open the Project Data Sheet.

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Recent Events – 2023

1- Saturday 22nd April – An evening of music for a Spring evening.  At Addlestone Salvation Army. The event raised £1,000 for the work of The Kenya Trust.

2- Friday Night is Music Night The event at Bexleyheath Salvation Army on Friday 30th June 2023 raised just over £1,000 for the work of the trust.  Thank you Bexleyheath.

3- The Kempston Concert Band’s musical evening in July raised a total of £550 for the work of the trust and specifically for the shipment of musical instruments to Kenya.  Very many thanks to all who attended and to the band for a wonderful evening of music.

Forthcoming Events – 2024

Celebration Concert being held at Stains Salvation Army.  Entrance is FREE and a retiring collection will be taken to support the work of The Kenya Trust.  Saturday 20th April 2024 at 7PM

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