Fredrick was one of the first children from Pavilion Village children’s home to attend university.
Neema Ekele was born in 2007 and would like to be a lawyer when she grows up.
We first saw Judy hopping around with a broken foot during a visit to the Chaka Youth Football Project in 2013.
Eliud, better known as Wiz was born in 1995 and is one of the older boys to have grown up at the Pavilion Village children’s home in Karatina.
Enock Kirop’s dream is to become a journalist and he has already impressed several Kenyan news agencies with his talents at school. He is also passionate about working with computers.
Kevin Ekele was born in 2002. When we first met Kevin in 2012 he was rarely in school due to lack of fees, eating 1 meal per day and wearing
This is Dan. He was born in Iten in the year 2000 and is a lover of football – in particular Manchester City. Dan’s ambition is to become an engineer when he is older.
This is Catherine and her ambition is to one day become a pilot.
Meet James Mangara. James is a millennium baby and arrived at the Pavilion Village in 2014. His biological parents were sadly unable to look after him or afford his food
Viki is one of the real characters of the children we are supporting in Iten. He was born in June 2000 and is currently in his final year of primary
Mary Wachira was sadly paralysed as a result of meningitis at the age of 2 weeks old and also suffers from cerebral palsy. There was not the necessary medical care
We are proud to have been supporting Victor Kipsang since our first trip to Kenya in 2011, long before GEF was formed. Due to a lack of tuition fees, he is several
Late 2014, my wife Ali encouraged me along last minute to a talk that Myles
We are hugely honoured that Chris, Jessica, Carly, Eilidh and Kirstin Hall are supporting Catherine
Huge thanks to Teresa and Brian Smith for the incredibly kind gesture of using
Alan Brown is one of a kind. He comes to Kenya with us each Spring,
Jon, Marina, Stewart and Calum Millar and their friends organised a ceilidh in June
Karen Soppitt and Sarah Simpson dedicate so much of their to helping our kids have
Gathimba Edwards Foundation was set up to give kids in Kenya a chance.
With numerous projects across Kenya our aim is to help disadvantaged children get a start in life, whether it be food, education or shelter and giving them the opportunity to not only live their lives as children but also to develop as adults.
Gathimba Edwards Foundation is a charity registered in Scotland. Charity No SC044869
In Kenya a little can go a long way. £35 per month totally covers the cost of the education, food, clothing and shelter of one of the children we are helping. “The
One bracelet at £10 pays for the tuition fees of a child in Kenya for a whole year and helps raise awareness of the Gathimba Edwards Foundation. Each one of our beaded
Following the success of our volunteer building trips over the past 3 years, where we built 11 homes for 57 children, we are delighted to offer you another chance to be part
Thank you to everyone who helped us raise an incredible £49,103 at our second Gathimba Edwards Foundation dinner on Saturday 18th February 2017 at Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen. Guests
Thanks to the generosity of so many of our supporters, we are regrettably unable to take any more donations of clothing or footwear at present. We have been unable to
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