Partnering in Education and Aid for Kenya (PEAK)

Beginning in 2008, the Aspen Community Church’s Kenya outreach has helped provide clean water systems to thousands of students and teachers at more than 100 schools – in Meru, Nkubu, and Nakuru, and in three women’s villages in Samburu. Additional projects have included school libraries, high school and college scholarships, computer labs, latrines, emergency aid, and more, all accomplished in collaboration with our inspiring Kenya partners.

Through annual team trips to Kenya, valuable friendships and relationships have been forged, enabling us to keep the momentum going, even during the times when we are not able to be in Kenya. Clean water, so critical to life and health, has led to improved health conditions and improved education. High school and college scholarships and upgraded school facilities have helped improve educational opportunities for young people.

Beginning in early 2019, we were inspired to help build a new primary school in a rural community near the town of Meru. Through the generosity of individual donors and other fundraising efforts, construction began in May 2019, and we were thrilled to open the two pre-school classes of Deborah Fountains School in January, 2020. Our next goal is the addition of a first grade classroom, to be open in July 2021.

Donations to the Kenya fund are essential and very much appreciated.

You can learn more by contacting Debbie Welden, at Grateful thanks!

Donate to PEAK

Individual donations to the Kenya fund are the lifeblood for the work we do. More than 96% of funds received comes from individual donors. We have seen great progress with completed projects over the years, but the needs are ongoing. Your donation to the Kenya fund will help ensure our important work in Kenya continues. Thank you for your consideration!

Deborah Fountains School - our new primary school near Meru, Kenya