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Good news Sunday

Good news Sunday Play Kenya, The Kindness Project, have had an amazing week. It was our first week at the Child Protection Centre, where we have been welcomed and busy! The first week we opened our doors to work closely with The Children’s Departments. There is so much need, and so much hope

A Thankyou message

We are so very thankful for everyone who supports Play Kenya, The Kindness Project. We are small but strong and reaching parts of the community others turn their backs on. And we do it with your love. Thank you This week, we met up with 140 of the street community. We don’t insist

What is a Therapist

We are so proud at Play Kenya of the diverse and amazing skills in our team. Each person brings something unique and wonderful to our dream and vision. We ensure that the staff we employ have the qualification and experience to match the job they do. Is there a difference between being a

The first weekend

Let’s celebrate the first weekend that our boys are in their house, food in their bellies and padlocks on their doors. This time last week they survived in fear; seeing the police often ended in huge injuries and excruciating pain; their want to live was weighed heavily in fear and desperation. They were


There is so much going on ‘behind the scenes’ that we cannot wait to share with you all. Things that continually blow our brains with the excitement and integrity of supporting families beyond our wildest dreams here in Kenya. In the meantime, I’d like to introduce you to some of the Mama’s and

What makes Play Kenya unique

What makes Play Kenya unique? Play Kenya is a UK registered charity that stands alongside the community in Kenya to make permanent difference for so many lives. We are interactive and open to supporting changing the way officials see trauma and help them look beyond behaviours. We have been active since 2007 and


My name is Samson, and I am so very happy to be on the board here in Kenya. I am a qualified accountant and I love my job, but I wonder if my bigger qualification is the life experiences I bring to this amazing project. I was born into a difficult situation, where

Michael Sasi

My name is Pastor Michael Sasi, and I am very proud to be the Chair of this organisation here in Kenya. My journey through life has led me to develop the passion I have for helping and supporting needy children and young people to be the best they can be. I believe in

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