To improve conditions and facilities at Salvation Army schools, hostels and community centres in Kenya. To promote and support the development of music within and for The Salvation Army in Kenya
The Kenya Trust became a charity in 2004 almalgamating SA Music for Kenya and The Mike Hopkin Trust. Money is raised through regular donors, special events and concerts and solely spent on social and music projects in Kenya. We tend to support schools (building classrooms, playgrounds, toilets and equiping them) health (providing medical supplies and building clinics) and water (from supplying water taks to joining forces with a village to find the laying of water pipes) All projets are suggested by SA projects officers in Niarobi and Kakamega.
TKT funds residential music schools and training seminars for lSA music group leaders. Through these training sessions our ai is for Kenyans to be able to train their own people to use music in worship. We supply teaching materials, music and instruments (mainly brass, keyboards, guitars, percussion and some woodwind) We have set up an instrument repair workshop providing employment for 2 Kenyans.