Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved and help make a difference. You can donate, fundraise, volunteer, host an event, spread the word, find grants, and even visit the school in Kenya!



Become a monthly donor
Donating monthly helps ensure the ongoing operation of SEED Junior Academy for over 80 low-income students in Kibera.

Make a one-time donation
Every one-time donation helps to support SEED Junior Academy and will go where it is most needed.



Initiate a Corporate Sponsorship Program at your workplace
Get your workplace involved in supporting SEED’s projects through corporate donations or hosting an event!

Create your own fundraiser
For a birthday on Facebook, a charity run you are planning, etc. Contact us for support or discussing any ideas.

Organize an Amazing Race in your community
Every year, SEED hosts at Amazing Race at Swansea Public School in Toronto, Canada. Teams of student race around the school and/or neighbourhood completing pitstop challenges while fundraising for SEED. If you would like to organize an Amazing Race in your community or your school, be in touch! More info here.

Host a Buddha on Fire
Buddha on Fire is a unique yoga + live music + tea experience where 100% of profits support SEED’s projects in Kenya. Participants enjoy an all-levels yoga class led by three varying teachers alongside a live musician, followed by tea and cookies amongst lovely company. Be in touch if you would like to organize and/or host a Buddha on Fire event! More info here.



Follow our social media accounts. Like and share posts, events, and fundraisers. If you know anyone who might be interested in donating, volunteering or fundraising, send them our way!



There are lots of opportunities to volunteer. As a small organization we welcome support in many areas:

  • Volunteering at events
  • Fundraising outreach
  • Social media
  • Graphic design
  • Web design
  • Writer
  • and more…



Do you know any grants that we might be eligible for? Although we are always on the lookout for grants, there are certainly ones out there we might not know about. To see a list of our current grants received go here.



Are you planning a trip to Kenya? Would you like to visit the school in person with a tour of the Kibera slum? Get in touch and we can make this happen.