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WATCH: EitC Volunteers Make A Difference In Kenya

To mark Volunteers' Week 2019, will be shining a light on those whom without Everton in the Community would not be able to offer the life-changing, life-saving programmes they do. 

At present, the Club's official charity relies on the contribution of 240 volunteers, who between them completed 9,571 hours of voluntary service during the 2018-19 season, at a value of almost £80,000 when compared to the National Living Wage. 

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Today we bring you the story of how a 20-strong group of EitC volunteers and NCS graduates carried out essential social action work during a 10-day trip to Kenya in April.

The group spent their time in the African country undertaking transformative renovation works at Jubilee Academy and West End Destiny Kids Academy, two rural schools for young children.

Having completely self-funded the trip through their fundraising efforts, the group helped to create new and improved teaching spaces by remodelling classroom walls and floors, as well as delivering learning and physical activity sessions to pupils at both schools and teaching them all about Everton Football Club and its history. 

Watch the video of their trip above or by clicking here.

To see more photographs of the works and Everton in the Community's visit to Kenya, view our gallery here.

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