Nakuru City Football Academy aims to achieve social integration through football. The soccer academy based in Nakuru County, Kenya, nurtures the talents of kids between the ages of 5 to 17 years.
Greater Kudus FC is children and youth football club located at the shores of Kenya’s most popular hot spring, Lake Bogoria. Recently, the team has had to play on a smaller pitch because the rising lake waters swallowed up a bigger portion of their initial playground.
The Villa 16 Children’s Home is under the care of the fun-filled and aspirational Salt Lick Safari Lodge in Taita Hills. A children’s home is a facility where children and young people live together as a group, with professional staff to look after them.
Joylove Academy, founded by Joyce Anyango, has strong affiliations with schools, communities, and local administration in the Nairobi West region where it operates.
This is a juvenile prison in Nakuru, Kenya. The children were given football kits and equipment donations from the UEFA Foundation for Children to engage them in football and thus enable them to avoid the monotony and boredom in the correctional facility.
Nakuru Queens FC is a girls’ football team in Nakuru County, Kenya. The participants range from 11-17 years of age. We supported over 50 girls through the “Kick the Ball, Save Our Wildlife” program.
Mwashuma Primary School is a public school in Taita Taveta County, Kenya. The school is located close to a wildlife sanctuary that has a museum that displays some of the World War 1 memorabilia.
Pistis Children’s Home accommodates, educates and feeds over 100 children. Most of these children rescued were all formally living on the streets in unsafe, exploitative environments.