Through Nancy’s Gardens, we supplement school feeding programs by establishing school and community kitchen gardens to teach children how to grow their own food organically. Equipped with self sustaining knowledge they can then feed themselves as well as their fellow pupils and community.
Lack of affordability often creates barriers to accessing healthy and nutritious food for children and families across Kenya, but through gardening projects we can help alleviate this burden while simultaneously promoting healthy eating habits, connections to nature, physical activity and social connectedness.
One thing is for sure, Nancy loved Kenya. In 1986, Nancy Ellen co-authored a booklet, entitled ‘Kenya Trivia’, about Kenya’s ecology, geography and culture. Forty-two thousand copies were published and sold. This publication was a key text used by individuals training to be guides in the national museum, as well as safari guides.
To get your copy message us at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick up a copy at Spinners Web for 500ksh. All proceeds from the sale of the Kenya Trivia books directly support our programs.Order Now