Enkishon: Emaa

We have finalised the purchasing of 4 acres of beautiful land, on which, the future Enkishon: Emaa Academy will be built. The school will be specifically designed for children recovering from trauma.
The teachers will be specially trained and understand the background of each child.
We will also have a special trauma counsellor available for the children.
The property is fenced and the local community are currently farming the 4 acres until the building of the school will commence. All proceeds raised from the sale of the harvest will go towards the school building program.

Current Op Shop Location

Our Op Shop is now located in the former North Coast Radiology Building located at 1 River Terrace Mullumbimby, which is the street behind the Mullumbimby Post Office.

All funds raised go to help underpriviledged Kenyan children and young adults gain an education in a safe nurturing environment.

Quality donations of clothing Bric a Brac, plants, jewellery, books, manchester etc. are gladly received. The only thing we are unable to take is furniture as we do not have space to store it.

We need volunteers who love working as a team, tidying, cleaning and making a space look nice.


As the end of June approaches please remember the needs of children in Kenya. All donations are fully tax deductible and you will be giving children and young people an opportunity to get an education. This is an opportunity they will not get if people like us do not provide it for them. Don’t believe me? Then please come on my next Kenya trip to see for yourselves.

Enkishon emaa Update

Good news has come through from my friend Joseph Suyia who runs Enkisho emaa Welfare, a small NGO dedicated to helping the needs of the people of Maasai Land in Kenya. For the back ground information on the injured man pictured, please go to the Education Care Project FB page by clicking on this link
The latest news is very encouraging as John has survived the first operation and will soon begin to have skin grafts. My interest in this case is not only because he is a desperate man in need but he is also the Father of young children who will need to be educated one day and they need him! Thank you to the two kind people who have donated towards the cost of the medical treatment already but I am thinking that we will need more. If you feel that you could help then please do so. If you do not need a tax receipt you may donate at any Westpac Branch into the Education Care Projects – Kenya Account BSB BSB 032539 Account No.438897 BUT If you would like to receive a tax receipt then please click on the link below and fill in the details required and a receipt will be emailed to you.

Thank you so very much for helping to give help to this poor man.

Adullam Children’s Home Update

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Adullam Children’s Home

Sadly one of our partners, the Adullam Childrens’s Home has decided to close but we are continuing to support the children’s education. We have three at university, six attending boarding high schools and ten in primary school. The ten primary students are being cared for by families in Webuye and Bungoma. We are so thankful to the sponsors who make it possible for these children to gain an education.

45 street children identified in Eldoret

Hands of Hope East Africa have identified another 45 children living on the streets of Eldoret, who would benefit from their education program..
People can help to sponsor one or more of these children. This would allow a child to be rescued giving them a safe home, good food, medical treatment and an education. If you are willing to help then please contact me for the details.