Kisima in Swahili means "a well or a pool of water" from which who ever drinks will be healed, renewed, strengthened, supported, loved and made anew. The logo represents what our charity stands for. The waters from which the butterfly is risen represents waters in the scripture; life giving, renewing, strengthening, fruit bearing, building life force. While the butterfly represents the partnership of various people both from Kenya and the United Kingdom coming together creating the charity in order to bring about change, empower people, provide safe place, feed and train those that lack these things.
MOVERS & SHAKERS
We are pleased to announce that Kisima Trust has now opened a new arts and crafts School
'THE PETER GLEIM ART SCHOOL'
It is named after our generous sponsor who we are now working in partnership Mr with Peter Gleim of BEMER GROUP; who himself loves art and who has been most generously supporting our kids and young adults.
This is an amazing project where passion meets hard work and we are sure it will define 2019.
With the help of Peter Gleim and Bemer, Kisima Trust has been able to: purchase higher quality art materials; provide nutritious food to kids and young adults; set a regular timetable for classes to run every week and both buy and commission new furniture for the art class.
We are very excited about how our new HQ is taking shape as for the whole community, this building is important both practically and symbolically for Kisima Trust.
We expanding, who is helping us...?
Making internal/external Improvements
We are currently in a process of making huge improvements to our building both inside and outside. We have tiled and painted our rooms, fixed electricity, water system, built various furniture amongst many other things. Huge Thanks to BEMER Int. for their support in this process.