At Raising Futures Kenya we work together with vulnerable children and young people from marginalised communities, to create rewarding futures. Without these opportunities, one in five young people in Kenya live in poverty.
We provide technical vocational courses, business skills and computer training alongside mental health wellbeing support.
Through our Seed of Hope training and support programme we enable 14-25 year olds (almost 80% girls) to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to secure employment or start a small business, generating enough income to live free from poverty.
Founded in 2001, we work closely in partnership with local organisations and people in Kenya to develop projects that are owned by the community and create real, lasting, sustainable change.
Our vision is a world where all children and young people in Kenya live with dignity, hope, and the opportunity to fully participate in society.
Our mission is to create opportunities with children and young people in Kenya to break the cycle of poverty and inequality and fulfil their potential.
Seed of Hope has given me the skills and the confidence to enter the world of work and be self-reliant
Carpentry and Joinery student Seed of Hope Kitui
Years of impact in Kenya
of graduates in employment or education
children and young people educated
of graduates supporting their families
We are beyond proud to announce that Raising Futures Kenya won the Improving Impact award at the Charity Governance Awards, organised by The Clothworkers Company. We were represented at the awards ceremony by our Chair, Andy King and trustees Olivia Geymond and Mike Doris (pictured). The impact we are being recognised for, for […]READ MORE
As a valued member of our Raising Futures family we’d love to invite you to a special event to meet the team. Join us online on Thursday 16th June 1-2pm where you’ll hear from Mary (Operations Director) and Florence (Seed of Hope Manager) live from Kenya to tell you all about what’s happening in […]READ MORE
We’re honoured to be shortlisted for the Charity Governance Award in Improving Impact. The Charity Governance Awards are organised by The Clothworkers’ Company – a City of London livery company that supports trusteeship initiatives – and is partnered with not-for-profit consultancy NPC (New Philanthropy Capital), sector recruitment specialists Prospectus, and trustee-matching charity Reach Volunteering. […]READ MORE
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