From Committed Volunteers to Prospering Communities
Through committed volunteers, our vision is to see Prospering Communities. By partnering with school communities in rural Kenya, hungry children temporarily receive school meals from Feeding Futures. And work with parents and the community improves food security. Then they can live more sustainably. As the training and support impact the food and income available, parents take over responsibility for the meals at school. Perhaps that is something you will commit to and use your spare time and skills?
Contact us to find out how being a volunteer can help families in rural Kenya.
Hope for the future through volunteering
There is hope for the future through volunteering as we partner with Mukinyai. As more volunteers join the partnership, more parents are enabled to provide school meals. This then allows us to work with other needy rural school communities. As a volunteer, you will play an important role in helping school communities to become more sustainable.
As the hungry children at Mukinyai and elsewhere are fed their attendance and health improve. Then they have more energy and learn better. In turn, this improves the long-term prospects for whole families.
Why not volunteer and be a part of the story?
M from a rural Kenyan village in the central Rift Valley recognises how important it is for him to identify the wealth within himself and surrounding him. By making good use of this and implementing the training in conservation farming associated, he can see how it can break the vicious cycle of poverty whilst realising “it is no walk in the park.” M appreciates volunteers in the UK who help raise money to enable his community to prosper