Watoto Trust believes that by relieving poverty and educating children the world can become a better place. As well as helping the individual to a better life, we believe that our small charity helps in a wider way to increase awareness of the problems facing Kenya including pressure on natural resources and loss of habitat.
Secondary education costs £300-£700 per child per year depending on the school
We provide education sponsorship for individual bright, impoverished Kenyans
Watoto Trust is a small hands on charity where costs are minimal
Next event: November 9th & 10th 2021 at The Tithe Barn, Ditcham and online
The Christmas Fair will be back at The Tithe Barn, Ditcham, nr Petersfield this year on November 9th & 10th from 9am-4pm.
We will have our usual fabulous selection of indie brands with gifts and foodie treats for all the family.
Forest Guardian Appeal
We are now raising money to help the Masai people in their legal fight for their land. The Masai have been the Forest Guardians of one of the last remaining areas of pristine highland forest, helping to protect it from logging and poaching cartels. These cartels are now trying to wrench away legal ownership by corruptly influencing the Land Adjudication Process taking place in Kenya. You can find out more about this important project here.