The school supports the Lunchbowl Network which was set up in 2006 in response to the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children living in Kibera, Nairobi.
Since then they have provided funding for a dinner programme for 450 – 480 orphaned and vulnerable children. These children endure the harsh reality of life in Kibera including lack of access to clean water, very poor sanitation compounded by an inadequate education that causes them to be severely disadvantaged. The children in the programme have been selected because of their vulnerability and high need and rely upon the nutrition that is provided daily by The Lunchbowl Network. Key relationships have been established with a dedicated team of 70 carers, all mothers living in Kibera, who voluntarily look after these orphaned and vulnerable children on a daily basis within their extended households.