Train Club Africa is a non-profitable life changing charity organization that’s youth based. Its members are either students or alumni of the various leading higher learning institutions.
What do they do?
It is a group of individuals who organize charity events where they visit children homes, juvenile centers and rehabilitation centers and impact people they meet there by providing immerse hands on projects based on learning about entrepreneurship, nutrition and health.
The projects usually take place on holidays: April, August and December. December is usually a special month, since they conduct two events on 25th and 31st.
Who are involved?
The six key people involved in the success of Train Club Africa:
Chairman: Elijah Njuguna
Vice chairman: Francis Maina
Secretary: Gregory Munguti
Treasurer: Clare Wanjiru
Co-ordinator: Catherine Nyawira
Group manager: David Kimondo
Group manager David Kimondo said:
“We believe it takes a village to raise a child, so we as the team together with other youths join to do as much as we can for our kids and the future of our community. We also believe everyone should have a chance at a brighter future, regardless of social standings”
The team’s activities include: tutoring and mentoring children out of school hours. They help children overcome oppression and realization that there is human worth and help them gain self-reliance.
They bring hope to the children and empower them by providing voluntary training. What better way to give every child a chance to feel loved and valued? If not to strengthen their own human worth, social equality and dignity.
The club’s August project is a visitation to Nakuru Hill Special School on the 28th August, 2016. Charges per person is 1050 inclusive of transport. Best part of being part of this team, a life changing team is you don’t need any membership team. Just tag along in their projects and be part of changing someone’s life. They team also calls out for donations; foodstuff and clothes.