Derby County Community Trust is inviting Rams fans to do something incredible in Kenya.

DCCT has been taking part in the Rams Kenya trip for the past seven years, seeing the initiative grow from 13 volunteers on the first trip to 73 on the latest visit. Over 300 volunteers have now taken part across the seven trips.

The Rams in Kenya trips are organised in partnership with African Adventures and take place throughout May and June. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to join to contribute to the development of the sites in the Ronda Slums of Nakuru.

Due to the amazing growth of the trip over the seven years it has been in operation, the scheme now works with four partner projects, Jubilee, Ungana, Cherish and Mama Kerry schools, where work has continued from previous visits.

Derby County Community Trust will be holding a no obligation information evening on Thursday 13th September from 7.00-8.30pm at Pride Park Stadium. To register your interest in attending, or if you simply require more information, please fill in the form on our website here.

If you have ever considered or wanted to do something like this, please ask or come along, it really is a chance of a lifetime!

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