We work with schools in UK and Kenya, exchanging information about the children's lives
Kenya International Marafun
For a life-changing week of adventure including:
A unique half-marathon run through the beautiful Hell's Gate National Park - home to giraffe, zebra and gazelles.
An opportunity to work alongside our project partners, volunteering your time and skills;
Time spent understanding the reason why children leave home to live on the streets;
Climb Mt Longonot with the Sunshine Boys
Another opportunity for a life-changing week of adventure including:
A climb of Mt Longonot - the dormant volcano that rises 9,000 feet above sea level just 10 miles from the Sunshine Centre.
Visit the Sunshine Centre and other Footsteps supported projects
Make your Kenya safari a life-changing experience...
...by including a visit to one of Footsteps’ projects while you are in Kenya - one of the world’s leading destinations for wildlife, safari and beach holidays. These attractions are all within a short distance of Footsteps’ projects:
Tsavo National Park: Kenya’s largest national park and home to the "big five".
Lake Nakuru National Park: Marvel at the beauty of the world-famous flamingos and view lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo.
Lake Naivasha: a serene haven for hundreds of species of birds, as well as a hundreds of hippos.
Masai Mara: The most popular game reserve in Kenya and host to the awesome, annual migration of millions of wildebeest.
Mombasa: wonderful beaches and a fascinating city steeped in history nearby.
Are you a member of a group seeking a life-changing challenge?
Working on a Footsteps project is an opportunity for adventure and to become personally involved helping some of the world’s neediest people.
...Build a water tank ...Paint a classroom...Help on a farm...Teach English to students.
XI Church volunteered their time and money to build a water tank at the Sunshine Boy's school...
Climb Mt Kilimanjaro
Africa's highest peak at 19,340 feet (5,895 metres)
Since 2004, Footsteps co-founder Martin Print has completed 7 climbs, each time raising funds for Footsteps projects. Although he has now packed away his climbing boots, he is available to share his experiences with anyone who wants to tackle Africa's highest summit
You need to be fit and hugely determined. We can help you organise your climb and advise how you can include a visit to one of Footsteps' projects.