After several years of waking up early to study our dearest Caroline will finally be graduating on Sep 18!!! We wish her the best of her remaining time in college.
Caroline is from Gachocho village. She has 2 brothers and is a partial orphan. Her father passed away when she was 10 years. Her mother is unemployed, she depends on casual labor that she does in their neighborhood. So it’s been a long way.
Big thank you to all our supporters!! This is the change we sweat for!!
I have seen many people suffer in the community where I live. We have no proper hospitals, no clean water and my mother struggles so hard to feed us. I want to work hard in school, become a doctor and help people.
I worked hard in my primary school and achieved 356 marks in the final exams. I wasn’t so happy with my result but I did far much better than kids from rich families who were in nice private boarding schools. My former school is in the middle of a slum called Mukuru wa Ruben in Nairobi and that where I live in one small room with my mother and 4 of my siblings. This small room, we call home, is our bedroom, our sitting room and our kitchen. There is no space for private studies.
We are a registered non-profit organization with a quest to change society through sports; thus the name Sports for Change. We are not professional athletes, but with a lot of passion for the same we have noticed that a noble course can be assisted through sports to awaken society and uplift the lives of the needy.