My daughter is in Kenya. She returns home to us tomorrow. How different will she be? Not in looks but behind her beautiful brown eyes. How will she have been affected? How will her experiences shape her future, the woman she is
The Nasio Trust has been phenomenal in keeping us as parents informed about our volunteering children and the activities they have undertaken. We have been able to follow them on a daily basis which has been an unexpected pleasure. We had no expectation of being kept informed, all the young people were asked not to bring phones, iPods etc so we thought, assumed, expected not to hear from them until airport arrival. Thank you to The Nasio Trust. I wouldn't hesitate to send my younger child with you. What an incredible charity you are, what an amazing thing you do and how well you look after your volunteers. The founder of the trust this year won Inspirational Woman of the Year here in the UK and I can see why. Nancy has a personality and enthusiasm that is infectious and a vision along with her team of dedicated people that will directly reach out and better and help orphans in Kenya. I believe this will be a charity that now stays close to the hearts of our family forever.
I am not commenting on these photos on purpose. I think they speak for themselves. The fact that 15 year olds from the UK have had the privilege and ability to experience this different world to their own is truly fantastic. How many will return again as adults? Our future generation...
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