Ellie, Edo and Tim are getting stuck-in at Ripple Effect and Kickstart International
These three legends get to spend a couple of weeks in Kenya with some top-notch NGOs to give them a helping hand on behalf of us here at the innocent foundation. The scholarship is open to every single employee of the foundation’s donor, innocent drinks, but only a lucky few who have a great skills-match with the projects get to go and do the important stuff.
Ellie and Edo will be working with KickStart International in Kenya, producing videos and digital content to market KickStart’s revolutionary irrigation pumps to smallholder farmers–showing young farmers that, with a little irrigation, they can move from planting to profit in no-time.
Tim will also be heading off to Nairobi but he’ll be working with Ripple Effect, one of the foundation’s longest standing partners. They support smallholder farming communities to learn more, grow more and sell more produce. Tim will be using his storytelling skills to gather real stories from farmers. These stories will help Ripple Effect fight for farmers best interests.
For more on our scholars, follow the link.
Posted by Connor Friesen on August 15, 2022