We are planning to launch a One-to-One coaching programme to schools and communities throughout Kenya to enable people to read.

If you would like to help us with this project, please purchase one, two (or more|!) copies of the book for us to send out to Kenya. If you could like the books delivered directly to us please contact us here or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for our address.

The books can be ordered from this website.

Each book will have your name written in the book as its sponsor. Just think, for just £7 your book could make a huge difference to the life of someone in Kenya!

 
 

The children who attend the Compassionate Programme at Ngong Hillside Academy has sent us this message to everyone who has donated money and time to our projects in Kenya.

You can watch the video here or search for The Bouncing Ball Trust channel on YouTube (please subscribe to the channel to be kept informed of other videos).

On Friday 1st July we met with our local Member of Parliament, Jack Lopresti MP, to brief him on our projects in Kenya and the challenges we face.

 
 
 

On Sunday 3rd July, the Digital Team met to review our digital presence.  Good progress was noted on the website, Facebook page, and Twitter. The Team also noted the creation our YouTube channel and held a discussion on new potential new videos that could be uploaded.

 

The Digital Team agreed to meet during the weekend 30th/31st July.

On 29th June, the Trustees held their first meeting since the AGM. We agreed on the allocation of responsibilities, discussed the Compassionate Programme, Feeding Programme and Reading Programme.  The Trustees agreed to the appointment of Mr Nathan Cable as our voluntary researcher and look forward to working with him.  We held a forward look to the year ahead.

Our next meeting shall take place on 14th September