children’s festival

Even a journey of 1000 miles starts with the first step and yes we did just that. On the 14th September, 2013, we had our first Kids Festival as a mode of fundraising. Their was lots of fun, snacks and drinks for all ages. There were workshops on face painting, beading,kids cinema,story telling from Story Moja and many others. We had performance by Mojjo and Eddie Grey and the Karen Recorder Consort, we were also amazed by the Sarakasi performance.


acrobats doing what they know best

acrobats doing what they know best

who is heavier than the other

who is heavier than the other

snacks stand, talk of delicacy "Yummy"

snacks stand, talk of delicacies “Yummy”

Mojo and Eddie live band total bliss

live performance, total bliss

we love guests, you are welcome too

we love guests, you are welcome too

being the first time, it was a breakthrough, thanks be to God and thank you for your support. We are looking forward to having this event biannually, we will update you when the next event will take place.


Second try on GlobalGiving!


For a second time  we are trying to get on global giving. We tried in April to get a permanet spot but were unable to reach the required threshholds . This time we are counting on all our Friends to help us reach the needed goal of : $5000 from 40 unique donors. Please  Help us out by:

DONATING : Click on this link and make your donation

LIKE/SHARE:  Share Little Rock on all your social media pages.

Little Rock Sports Day

On July 19th 2013,  Little Rock for the very first time  did  not rent grounds for their sports day, we had our sports day on our own grounds!

Over 300 children participated including those disabled. It was a very happy day for the Little Rock family. Thanks to  all our teachers, parents, and shutterspeed studio for all the time and effort they put in making our sports day a memorable day..

Pictures speak a thousand words…..




14 days to go to turn this little scars to stars through globalgiving.!!!!

We  still need your help to secure a spot on GlobalGiving. We need to raise  $4000 by the end of this month. The benefits of staying on Globalgiving is we will be able to recieve donations online, and our work and the difference we are making will be advertised globally as Globalgiving is a global platform; In addition, Our UK and US friends will benefit from tax reliefs. Please help us out with a gift that you are comfortable with, and spread the word to your friends and family. Visit our project page on


Our New Home

On February 7th 2013. Little Rock Inclusive ECD  Centre  officially opened the first and only Inclusive Early Childhood Development Centre in Kibera. 

We would like to thank all our friends and donors who came and graced this event with their presence. You made this one of THE BEST days  for the Little Rock  family.



Special Olympics Kenya and Little Rock

On November 3rd 2012  Little Rock participated in the  annual  Eunice Kennedy Shriver (EKS) Day at the University of Nairobi. Little Rock  children with intellectual disability aged from two to seven years were invited  to join in celebrating  the  Founder and Heroine Mrs. Eunice Kennedy Shriver of Special Olympics Kenya.

Special Olympics Kenya  is an organisation  founded to cater for the welfare of persons with intellectual disabilities through provision of year round sports training and athletic competitions in a variety of Olympic type sports.

Dining For Early Years

Little Rock’s “Dining For Early Years” Fundraising Dinner raised more than 1.3 million shillings. The partipants at the banquet, which was held on Saturday June 23rd at the  Serena Hotel in Nairobi included; friends, businessmen, and volunteers of Little Rock Inclusive ECD Centre.

We are are grateful to the companies that sponsored this event. Cellulant, Centum, Hello Properties, Meridian Medical, and TBL Mirror Fund.

Thank you to everyone involved in making this dinner a success!

 Marcus Otieno the Goal Keeper

Marcus Otieno came to little rock 9 years ago and is one of our 12 pioneer students.  He came when he was 3 years old and is now a primary school student, a talented soccer player, and a great goal keeper. This year he was selected as the goal keeper for the Ligi Ndogo Football Club during their tournament in Norway. Marcus is the first born in a family of four, and has proven that despite being raised in the slums of Kibera, you can still live up to your dream of being a great goal keeper. Because of his talent, he was invited to join the Manchester United Youth team, but was not able to travel to the UK due to lack of a birth certificate.

Thanks to the great foundation he got at Little Rock Marcus has continued to succeed academically and maintains a 70% mean grade. We expect to see and hear more great things from Marcus!