Helping over the holidays

Our family in Nakuru’s Mission in Action were very busy over the holidays helping SOCKS follow through with extra gifts of food and water which were a result of a special fundraising from our 10th annual Golf Tournament.

Thanks as always to our amazing supporters.

November bazaars

November is always a busy time for SOCKS selling fair trade Kenyan goods which we have collected in our travels.  We are very proud and pleased to have established some close working relationships with artisans in Kisii and Kibera.

Here’s our schedule.

A grateful Brenda

When in Kenya this past summer, our team met a lovely young girl named Brenda who proudly posed for a photo in her school uniform.

Upon arriving home, we found out that Brenda’s mother was unable to continue paying school fees for her daughter.  Brenda was devastated.

What a wonderful opportunity for SOCKS to help one specific young person with one specific issue – Education!

SOCKS sent money to help Brenda continue with her schooling and she responded with a beautifully written thank you letter.

Thanks to all of our supporters yet again for allowing SOCKS to help.


In her own words

SOCKS  members love to repeat the stories of the people and places in Kenya that we so adore as often as people will listen but we are doing the telling.

Below is a beautiful letter written by a wonderful young woman at JOYLAND.

We wanted to share her voice.


They’re home!

Our fearless team has returned from an inspiring and incredibly productive trip to Kenya.  There will be more news soon to follow with details that can be found in our Galleries

Just a preview on the type of wonderful experiences that were made possible because of our wonderfully kind supporters.

JOYLAND Special School for the Physically challenged, in Kisumu, receives ongoing support from SOCKS.  Generous donations allowed our team to give extra funds for much needed equipment.

Thank you for the opportunity to help so many who have so little.

Asante Sana

More visiting

SOCKS continues to be out and about in the communities around Nakuru.

A visit to  drop off needed supplies to Mr. Langat.

Paul gets a great hug and the team is invited into the home.  Amazing times.


About a week and a half in Kenya already and SOCKS has arrived at Mission in Action.

Already out and about the community and meeting ladies who with the help of Mission in Action  have started their own cottage industry creating bags.

Smiles all around!

Busy start to 2018

Members of our SOCKS team are heading to Kenya in March of 2018.

We want to get a few events in before they leave so we can share some of our plans and let you in on the excitement.

Please join us if you can.