Kayna Sincock-Ford East African Playgrounds are an amazing charity that build playgrounds for children and I want to be a part of this amazing experience. Play is such an important part of child-hood and growing up and everyone should have the chance to do so. I knew I wanted to do some sort of volunteering program while being at university but I didn't realise that I would have an opportunity as big as this. As soon as I heard about the Gorilla Trek as part of the East African Playgrounds I was set on joining, now I just need the help from you to raise the funds.

What a difference your donation makes
£5.11 can give one child their childhood back through access to a safe, fun and child-focussed playground.
£21.83 can educate a teacher on the importance of including play in education and creates a peer network for them to share their learning in.
£73.80 can equip a street connected young person with everything they need to learn the basics of welding, from their own set of work boots through to ear defenders and glasses.
£131 can teach a community of caregivers and educators about the importance of play at home and school, as well as how to maintain their playground.
£197.61 can train a street connected young person for a month to become a qualified builder or welder through our apprenticeship scheme.

If you would like to find out more about my Gorilla Trek (and maybe sign up to join me) then head to this webpage https://www.eastafricanplaygrounds.org/gorillatrek2019 Kayna Sincock-Ford