It’s The Little Things That Matter The Most


| By Binal Patel | The visit to HOREC- Joska- home to about 45 children, was my first COP activity; what a fulfilling experience full of great memories it was. Very few things can compete with the pleasures one gets from touching somebody else’s heart. The moment I entered the place, I had a cocktail of emotions embrace me; I ... Read More »

KNH – A Wake Up Call

| By Emmanuel Murimi | Our recent visit to Kenyatta National Hospital’s paediatric ward was an eye opener for me. I can at least say that from my interactions there, I’ve been able to shift my perspective of life. It’s from these interactions that I truly got to appreciate the friends and people around me as well as the little things ... Read More »


COP at Naivasha Maximum Prison

| By Scolar Gathoni | Stepping in and out of prison is not quite an easy thing for the few who have landed in trouble with the police before. But this time I got to walk into Naivasha Maximum Prison and walked out without cuffs on. Here are some of the lessons I took with me; Hope. It’s nearly the ... Read More »

Fulfilment And Joy in Giving


| By Kevin Kogei | A 1st time visit to Sisters of Charity Langata, I must admit, was touching and emotional. I learnt a lot, was encouraged and challenged as well. Spreading love with COP family to the differently abled ladies at Sisters of Charity gave me a sense of fulfilment and joy. Some people say there’s no such thing ... Read More »

The Essence of Selfless Giving

A COP Volunteer poses for a photo with kids from Alpha Joy during the visit.

| By Kelvin Kimutai| Volunteering with COP taught me about the essence of selfless giving; selfless giving that not only involves material things,  but most importantly time. I got the opportunity to participate in an outreach program at Alpha Joy Children’s home and it was an amazing experience. I can still remember the faces of the kids as they welcomed ... Read More »

COP Lights up my Path of Understanding

Brian Yator

| By Brian Yator | My first activity in campus proved to be one that filled me with light; a ray of light that now lights up my path of understanding the needs of others. My eyes were opened to the ignorance that I’d been living on for the past years; that I’m doing badly and the whole world is ... Read More »

Life Inside the Four Walls

A piece of artwork done by the inmates

| By Doris Mtae | On Saturday 24th of March, I had an opportunity to visit Naivasha Prison. This was my first time to visit the prison. I got to see the environment in which prisoners live in and also got a chance to hear the life experience shared by some of the prisoners. Together with other members, I got ... Read More »

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