Lifesong Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya, Africa
We are a community based organization focused on empowering at risk male teens who are in conflict with the law through skills, character formation, financial literacy, healing and reconciliation

Volunteering Activities

Human Rights Work
Social Work

What We Need

1. Writing and Story-Sharing Group

The volunteer will teach teach boys and young people how to write and use writing as a medium of sharing stories. Since writing is a form of therapy, it will enable the recipients of the program to find a means of expressing themselves and find release.

2. Life Coach

Teach the boys various life skills such as personal branding, how to write a CV, answering job interview questions

3. Fundraiser & Resource Mobilizer

Help Lifesong Kenya to mobilize funds and resources required for its programs and activities.

4. Half Way Cycle Volunteer Event Manager

The volunteer will help organize, plan and find the resources and people needed for our annual fundraising through cycling in December

When & Who

Every January, March, May, August and November every year for at least 3 months.
Yes, we require a minimum of 3 Months

What we Provide

Types: Homestay

You will stay with families where public transport and taxi is easily accessible and is at a secure location. Shopping malls are also easily accessible.

You will have a comfy bed, a bath, shared TV and wi-fi.

Types: Variety

Meals are planned together with the volunteer and hosts in order to prepare the best

Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
First Aid
Local SIM Card
Laundry Service
Purified Drinking Water

Our Fees

$18 daily
$100 One-time

2 Reviews

More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pretrip Assistance
Pick Up/Drop Off
Social Activities

Contact Person

James Ouma
P.O. Box 1407-00200, Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.
60% response rate , 95 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to support us

Computers, bikes, biographies on different personalities, writing journals, cycling gear

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Lifesong Kenya is a supportive community that empowers at risk male teens who are in conflict with the law through skills, character fomentation, financial literacy, healing and reconciliation.

Research shows that boys who exit prison with employable skills have better chances of overcoming stigma and rejection from family and the community.

This helps reduce recidivism, re-offending and chances of becoming hardened criminals.