Karen Sets Out To Help Street Kids

Jul 3, 2023

Karen Sets Out To Help Street Kids

Karen Austin of MultiFreight, along with husband Paul, is planning a volunteer trip to work with the many children of Guatemala who live on the streets, in conjunction with volunteer charity Street Kids Direct.

Guatemala is a country with a sad history, a history that has resulted in many children finding their home on the streets.

Street Kids Direct is committed to, and passionate about loving and serving street kids and to see this need to live on the streets come to an end. They partner with other organisations on the ground such as schools, social services and children’s homes and work with them to offer love and support to the children on the streets. Alongside that, Street Kids Direct understand the value in going out onto the streets and just befriending those who find themselves there.

The couple need to raise £3,600 (£1,800 each) in conjunction with the Forge Community Church and are currently at around 40% after completing a 100k cycle ride last month, despite neither of them ever cycling that far before.

You can follow their fundraising progress, or even donate, via their justgiving page HERE.

Other links:
Street Kids Direct
Forge Community Church


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