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The school supports the Lunchbowl Network which was set up in 2006 in response to the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children living in the Kibera Slum, Nairobi.

Since its inception, Lunchbowl has provided funding for a weekly Saturday Dinner Programme for 350 orphaned and vulnerable children and provide creative learning for nearly 400 children in two kindergartens and a primary school, with a department dedicated to those with special educational needs and disabilities.

Every year The Lunchbowl Network provides over 90,000 dinners, 7,640 dinners a month for some of the most disadvantaged and malnourished children in Kibera. 

The Lunchbowl Network's UK staff are all volunteers and the only salaried workers are the teachers and support workers in Nairobi. This means that every penny donated and raised goes directly to where it is most needed.

To find out more about The Lunchbowl Network's mission, visit their website or check out their Instagram and Facebook pages to get involved!