K2 Volunteers in Tanzania


For us, this is where it all started.

We visited the Mwereni Integrated School for the Blind in 2009 and found that many of the students were suffering from lack of medical and dental care, typical hygiene and basic necessities.

There are more than 600 students, ages 5 through 17, including 80 blind and albino children who have been orphaned or abandoned at birth.

Since that first trip, K2 Adventures Foundation has worked with the headmaster and government to provide the disabled students with Braille Writers, magnifiers, canes, walkers, computers, mattresses, blankets, pillows, sheets, mosquito nets, shoes and stuffed animals.

In addition, K2 Adventures Foundation donated funds to build a medical and dental clinic on property along with; a kitchen, classrooms, garden and fishpond.

volunteering for children in Tanzania

Adventure with us, and you’ll visit this incredible school and meet the children who will stay in your heart long after you’ve left. You’ll be helping distribute much needed equipment, medicine and clothing at the school while spending the day interacting with the beautiful children and others from around the world.