Adventures of Kev

Charity Tour of Kahawa West

I recently toured a Children’s Home in Kahawa West. I was not alone. In fact it was part of our charity work as St. Francis of Assisi Small Christian Community from Kenyatta University’s Nyayo zone.

The children here were formerly living in the streets of Nairobi. Most of them have no idea where they came from, or where their families are. They are small little boys and girls with some strong love for each other and continuous sincere smile on their faces. They challenged me a lot. I urge all of us to support the Children’s Homes around us. If we don’t, who will???

A group of colleagues cleaning up the kids' clothes and beddings.

 

Charity Tour of Nanyuki

As Kenyatta University students from Laikipia, we organize motivational talks to our brothers and sisters in high school. Last year we toured Laikipia West: Nyahururu, Ng’arua, Rumuruti, Sipili, and Ol-Moran. This time round, we went East: Nanyuki, Naru Moru, and Dol Dol.

Kev in a classroom at Thingithu High School in Nanyuki


My team of 5 visited Thingithu High School where we were received warmly by management and students. Students were quite encouraged and promised to work harder towards a brighter future that awaits them…

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