This project, in conjunction with UK based CO2Balance, aims to provide up to 1000 families in Kisumu, Kenya with highly efficient cook stoves, saving firewood, reducing CO2 production and providing significant health benefits.
Global Footsteps will match donations for the cookstoves
project up to a total of £10,000. So if you give £10 the project receives
An International mum & toddler group
for children up to 4 years old.
Wednesday 20 April
2.30 - 3.30 pm
Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader.
Will be visiting Global Footsteps and hopes to meet some of the people involved with cultural diversity projects in Cheltenham, including Global Footsteps members and volunteers. It will also be an opportunity to show her our environmentally friendly improvements.
Of course there will be tea and cake!
17 Portland St
Saturday 14 May
6pm - 9pm
Celebrate 30 years of Global Footsteps and help fund our Cook Stove project! Tickets £10 include a welcome drink and hot buffet.
35-37 High St
Global Footsteps is the education programme of The Rendezvous Society