Opening doors to a brighter future

Quality Education in deprived urban Mombasa

A small UK charity building a school and providing quality education, health care and a feeding programme to 275 poor African children in a deprived area of Mombasa, Kenya

COVID -19

  • School is closed. 
  • Families are huddled together in small rooms. 
  • Government lock down means very few are able  to feed themselves or their families. 
  • No-one has money for soap. 
  • Mustard Seed Project is providing food and soap for these families. 
  • We also need to pay the salaries of our staff
  • If you feel you could help please  

This year Mustard Seed Project is 11 years old! We have built the ground floor of our own school and are in the process of building the upper storey of our new building to accommodate all the children in the same place, saving us £5,000 per year in rent.

Ways you could help

Under 23 for Birmingham

Jude Bellingham is 17 years old and currently plays for Birmingham City.   He is raising money to build a classroom. Select the image to support him.

Alternatively you could

  • £15 per month will pay for all school fees, morning porridge and a balanced mid-day meal
Volunteer with deaf child

Volunteer in our Mombasa School

  • You can volunteer for free in Kenya or alternatively we would welcome your help in the UK.
feeding programme at Miche Bora

Help feed our children

  • It costs £15,000 a year to feed our children. Around £7 per child per month during term time.

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Mustard Seed Project (Kenya)

Registered Charity No. 1127935 Registered Company No. 6778042

Rotary Paul Harris Fellow
Rotary International made Rita and Geoff Fowler Paul Harris Fellows
Contact details

105,Thackers Way, Market Deeping, Peterborough , PE6 8LY
01778 341855
07920 463889
+254 710 577994