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Kenya KEEP, a 501(c)3 non profit organization, would like to thank you for your help, encouragement and continued support of our mission.


Our Purpose

Kenyan education is based on an 8-4-4 system: eight years in primary school, four years in secondary and four in university education.

The Kenyan education system is severely under funded and the government is only providing some assistance with funding teachers. Most of the well-equipped and successful schools are private, expensive, often aimed at international or ex-patriot children, or are concentrated in the big cities. In Primary and Secondary education, the standard of schools varies enormously from the aforementioned well-funded and well-equipped schools, to the desperately under-equipped and under-staffed schools which Kenya KEEP is helping. Secondary education in Kenya receives some government funding, the levels are far from adequate and they receive no funding for boarding schools. Currently, the majority of poor Kenyans do not go beyond primary school.


In September 2006, the Kenya Kids Educational Enrichment Project (Kenya KEEP), a 501 (c)3 non-profit tax exempt organization, was founded to address the educational and humanitarian needs of children and schools in Kenya, Africa. Kenya KEEP is able to provide these services through personal donations.


Whether it is through sponsorships providing educational materials, food, improving medical conditions or helping to provide clean drinking water to schools, find out what you can do to help Kenya Keep fulfill it's mission to better the educational opportunities for all Kenyans.
Our Mission
To provide donations of money, materials, and time to deserving children, schools, and educators in Kenya as they strive to achieve the educational success that will help Kenya become a stronger nation.
Our mission is achievable through the use of private donations and sponsorships. Through your generous contributions we provide sustainable relief including tuition, basic educational tools, resources, food and materials. We assist with whatever is necessary to help people in need help themselves. We are operational in these areas with a minimum of overhead and expense by using on site, local volunteers and support whenever possible.

Programs and News

The national office of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has started on their commitment to help Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital located in Thika, Kenya to improve patient well being while they are hospitalized by purchasing new equipment. In the past year the following purchases have been made: 4 new hospital beds, 3 gurneys, a Fume Chamber (a machine used to limit exposure to hazardous or toxic fumes, vapors or dusts while testing blood samples). Together with the Dallas Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. the national office also purchased 5 new birthing beds. At Muindi Mbingu Boys Secondary School teaching aids were purchased by the National office of Delta to help students prepare for major exams and items needed to start a 1/2 acre garden for growing food to feed the students.

>March 2018: The Las Vegas Chapter of The Links, Inc. continued to work towards their goal of supply 200 girls with sanitary towels by making a purchase for 50 girls at Igamba primary school. Read more!

The Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. continues to... Read more!

The Las Vegas Chapter of The Links continues their pen pal program... Read more!