Registered Charity: 1136745. Trustees: Simon Brister (Secretary and Financial), Nicky Hart (Legal), John Pearce (Chairman and Educational), Sam Pearce, Stephane Janes, Hannah Rooke.

KES supports education in Kenya, by providing scholarships to significantly disadvantaged bright, pupils to be boarding students at Bahati Division Academy (BDA) and other Kenyan schools; and by contributing to resources and facilities which will assist the education of these students.

Our charity aim

Our trust deed, principles and ethics

Trust aims (extracts):

To advance the education of disadvantaged pupils in Kenya by providing assistance in the provision of and facilities for education at school.
  1. Awarding scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants at Bahati Division Academy (BDA), or other school, university or institution of higher education.
  2. Providing for education, including the study of music or other arts, to undertake travel in furtherance of education, or to prepare for entry to any occupation, trade or profession on leaving any educational establishment.
  3. To discriminate in favour of the teaching of moral purpose and to ensure that no school (or its pupils) shall benefit if the school teaches or preaches any fundamentalist religion, or code, in conflict with the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (1948) or the Convention of the Rights of the Child (1989).
No monies collected, or raised, will benefit anyone other than the students, or their school.

The full information on KES Trust may be found at: Charities Commission