Keeping Hope Alive for 1000 Children and Youth

$850 $24,150
Raised Remaining
Jul 3, 2008


Florence, Susan and Naomi (Left to Right) together with their so
Florence, Susan and Naomi (Left to Right) together with their so


"I had never thought of ever going to Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. I only hear talks about it. It is a beautiful city with many people, tall buildings. I even went to the University of Nairobi where I want to go for higher education. To me that was a dream never to be!!!"- Naomi

"It was so exciting to meet over 300 girls of my age in Nairobi. We all played and enjoyed so much. I made so many friends." - Florence

"Everything went well. Though we had traveled long distance, 8hours to get to Nairobi, I really had fun!!! The trainers from Seacoast United Soccer Club from United Sates of America were so good. They helped us get new soccer skills and life skills." - Susan

These three girls Naomi, Florence and Susan were selected among 800 girls to represent them in a soccer clinic which was conducted in Nairobi on 18th to 21st June 2008 by Seacoast United Soccer Club from New Hampshire.

Your continued support is making really difference and keeping Hope Alive for children and Youths in Kenya. Thank you!


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Gichuki Francis

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Kitale, Kenya

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