Lifesong Kenya has been responding to COVID-19 by providing weekly Care Package to 30+ families. So far, we’ve managed to Read More
When boys and young men have access to equal opportunities to learn, grow and connect with others, they thrive and live life to the fullest. Not only does this lead to living in a safe home and communities, it also prevents vulnerable male teens from engaging in social vices and crime.
To enable exceptional male teens and young men to see possibilities and develop positive masculinity that will enable them to thrive.
Help Us to Provide Transitional Housing
Male teens exiting juveline prison often face stigma, rejection and face high risks of re-offending and going back to prison as hardened criminals. Lifesong Kenya seeks to address this by providing a Half Way House. Giving $1 or more towards our Half Way Cycle Event will enable us to reach our goal of raising 1 year’s rent.
Donate $10 or less and help us to provide transitional housing for male teens exiting juvenile prison.
Volunteer your time and skills and help us to empower more exceptional young men
Share about our programs with your friends, family and network and help us to have more impact.
Actions speak louder than words! Give today.
We believe that male teens who are in contact and in conflict with the law deserve a second chance through skills training, reconciliation, healing and restoration back to their families and the community where they belong. Help us to make this a tangible reality by donating towards our current fundraising campaign.
After School Program
Our After School Program provides a safe place for boys and activities that promote positive masculinity, creativity and innovations.
Half Way Cycle
Our Annual Half Way Cycle Event aims at raising money and creating awareness. The money raised is used to fund our programs and activities.
Our REAM Program empowers male teens who are in conflict with the law through reconciliation, equipment of skills, amending for the wrongs done and mediation.
Lifesong Kenya has enabled me to grow the confidence that I needed to bounce back. I’m now more confident, courageous and ready to face the future, thanks to the mentoring program.
Lifesong Kenya initiated a reconciliation process that enabled me to exit juvenile prison, much earlier. Because of this, I was able to reconcile with the person I had wronged and my dad. Thank you Lifesong Kenya!
There is a big difference in the character and attitude between the boys that Lifesong Kenya works with and those who don’t benefit from the program. I highly recommend the program.
Prison Welfare Officer
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Meet our Team
We’re fueled by the idea and passionate desire to see boys and young men thrive despite the crippling circumstances they find themselves in after being in conflict with the law.
Founder & Executive Director
James is a Born-Again Clarity Coach, Lifestyle Blogger, Hubby and Cyclist who is Breaking Boys Out of Prison through Restorative Justice. He is a 2019 Utumishi Bora Award Nominee.
Co-Founder & Secretary
Cynthia is a devoted Christian, worship leader who also doubles up as a Chinese Language lecturer and consultant.
Treasurer & Resource Mobilization
Edward is the Chief Operating Officer at MyRide Africa, graphic designer and enjoys playing the Tenor Saxophone at CITAM Woodley.
Reentry & Follow-Up
Kevin is a piano and reggae jazz musician who joined Lifesong Kenya after taking part in the Half Way Cycle 2018 cycling event. His intuition and wisdom adds value to our healing, reconciliation and restoration process.
ICT & Discipleship
Earnest is a Life and Performance Coach, Motivational Speaker, Minister of the Gospel, Computer Network Specialist and a gifted graphic designer
Craig is a Communications Expert who is currently studying Communications
Latest news & events
Here is what is going on in our programs and activities
Lifesong Kenya has been providing Food Care Packages to families who are hard hit by COVID-19. Much as I find Read More
How often do you see someone appear on a bicycle and dismiss them? As a cyclist who identifies as a Read More