Starehe Boys' Centre and School in Nairobi, Kenya was founded in 1959 by the late Dr. Geoffrey W. Griffin and has since then provided high quality, holistic education to over 15,000 underprivileged boys. Unfortunately, due to economic pressure, the school is struggling to remain open.
Natulenge Juu (Aim High)
As part of the 60 year anniversary celebrations, a group of Starehe alumni under the Old Starehian Society has planned an expedition to summit Mount Kenya to celebrate the school as well as raise money to ensure that the school keeps doing the incredible work it does.
As a former student of Starehe and an adventure enthusiast, I could not resist the challenge to help raise funds while pushing myself to the limit. The challenge entails a series of preparatory hikes before finally taking on Mount Kenya in July... and I intended to stand with Starehe every step of the way!
March: Mt. Longonot (Altitude 2,776m) - 30/3/2019 *Done!
April: Kijabe Hill (Altitude 2,500m)- 27/4/2019
May: Mt. Kenya acclimatization walk:- Kamweti route- 18/5/2019
June: Elephant Hill (Altitude 3,906m)- 1/6/2019
July - Mt. Kenya (Altitude 5,282m)
Your role? Well, it's simple...apart from cheering us on, the school desperately needs any amount of money you can spare. My target is to raise $1,500 (or more) by July 1st 2019 ALL of which will go into the school's endowment fund that will ensure there is a place in the school for a deserving young boy FOREVER!
Please browse through the links below for more information:
Dr. Griffin Memorial Endowment Trust Fund: https://www.stareheboyscentre.ac.ke/sbc/support-us...
You can also contact me directly for more information on this and other ways to help Starehe.
LET'S DO THIS!