Weʼve raised £0 to After helping to build a home for street boys in Kenya, we are travelling overland from Namibia to Kenya to raise funds.
- Kikambala, Kilifi County, Kenya (near Mombasa)
- Closed on Monday, 8th January 2018
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In December 2019 we will be travelling over 3000 miles in 8 weeks across Africa from Namibia to Kenya, using a Series III Land Rover, which will be supported by a Discovery 3. So far we have raised over £600 towards the cause.
The aim of the trip is to raise funds to support the Onesimus Good News Boys Centre in Kikambala, near Mombasa, Kenya, which was built by Scouts from across Staffordshire between 2013 and 2016.
The Centre is for street boys, and provides care and education for 25 to 30 boys, regardless of religion, ethnicity or background and is run by the None Government Organisation Shoulder 2 Shoulder International, which is a non-profit organisation committed to create opportunities and empower vulnerable children and youth in Mombasa. .
We need your support to raise funds to help support the boys with their daily living costs, education and enable the Centre to become self sufficient through agricultural projects to sell goods to local markets and businesses.
Further information about our trip is available on social media as our plans progress to our successful arrival of the convoy at the Boys Centre on our Facebook page Shoulder to Shoulder Overland or email email@example.com for further information.
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Kikambala, Kilifi County, Kenya (near Mombasa)
After helping to build a home for street boys in Kenya, we are travelling overland from Namibia to Kenya to raise funds for Shoulder 2 Shoulder International to help the boys at the home become self sufficient and responsible caring adults.