EMERGENCY AID NEEDED NOW! Kenya is in crisis! Please, help The Boo Charity to help those less fortunate than ourselves by providing the basic human right of food. You will save lives by funding a food parcel for a child and/or their family, and spare further victims of this horrible disease, COVID-19. Click for more info now!
Due to the overwhelming need for our Fund a Food Parcel project during the COVID-19 crisis, the following educational programs and schools have been temporarily closed by the Kenyan government. All our volunteers are now focusing on emergency aid requirements.
This is a recent update received from Elisha Abuonji, Head Coordinator for The Boo Charity in Kenya. The photos were taken at the KIMMTA Centre on the 4th June 2020 which has been opened so the Boo Fund A Food Parcel could provide a vital lifeline for the children and...
In 2017, Matt Peacock, Managing Director of Star Tech Ltd, a Poole based independent automotive specialist in BMW, Mercedes, Mini and Smart Cars, entered a team into the Boo Charity Golf Day. After learning more about the various projects The Boo Charity supports Matt...
The Boo Charity needs your help right now! We cannot ignore the impending impact on developing countries such as Kenya in Africa amidst this coronavirus disaster. Last month all Boo’s volunteers in Kenya and in the UK were forced to halt any projects and refocus...
The aim of “Boo” is to help children of Africa disadvantaged through economic poverty. We provide help in a variety of ways, including food, shelter, health, education, life-skills and emotional support.
The overriding ethos of “Boo” will always be to provide “Opportunity not Charity”. As one orphaned youngster we met on our first trip to Kenya said “Don’t just give me a fish, teach me how to fish.”
Boo is a very low cost charity being run by the Trustee’s and a team of volunteers. This enables us to use all your money on our projects, which directly help the children who really need it.
The Boo organization has already made a huge impact on the lives of children in Kenya. However still over 2 million children go without food, clean water and most importantly education every day. Many have no parents due to the plight of AIDS and many die through neglect.
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