It's Young Carers Awareness Week until Saturday 1st February




raised of £1,500 target from 49 people

I am taking on the mammoth challenge of running the London Marathon this October to help raise money for International Needs. The charity helps rescue, rehabilitate and re-integrate street youth in Kenya back to their families and society.

The charity currently support rescued street youth through a Half-Way House which provides food, medical support and counselling. Currently however the Half-Way House can only accommodate a maximum of 4 boys at a time for a few weeks before they have to leave given the large numbers on the waiting list.

I am raising money to help build a new Centre which will enable more young boys to be housed and receive counselling, meals, engage in spiritual learning and have access to informal education. This will make a massive difference in helping their rehabilitation.

If you can donate whatever you are able to I would be so so grateful. Every penny raised will go towards supporting street youth escape poverty and would mean so much to me.

The new Centre will also offer vocational training, business management skills training, and extra- curricular activities such as sports, camping and other creative activities that will equip the street youth attending to re-engage with their families and wider society.

Thank you again for your generosity, it means so much and will make running/suffering the 26.2 miles worth it!


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+ £700.00 from 7 offline donors