Teule 100 Cycle Classic

Teule Kenya is inviting your esteemed organization to join in the above Fundraising event to be held on Saturday December 12th, 2015 in support of our children’s home and school based in the same area.

Our aim is to raise Awareness and Funds for the abandoned and traumatized children of Teule Kenya.

Teule Kenya directly impacts the community, taking care of early marriage/FGM rescue cases and abandoned Maasai boys together with street/ abandoned children from Nairobi and its environs. We also educate children from the community through involvement in our school.
Currently we have 58 children under our boarding care, and 33 high school students whom we support outside the Home. Our primary school caters for 83 children from the community and the home as well.

Our Role in the larger community is to provide water through the borehole that was repaired late last year as well running a farm, providing produce to the community.

The success of this event is credited largely to our sponsors, who lend their names and financial support to the event. We plan to hold this event annually and the money we raise each year will go towards the support of Teule’s children, project and its core contribution to the society. This year’s goal is to raise ten million (10 M) Kenya Shillings by holding a biking competition from Emali Town to our Home & School in LTK.


Teule Children Hanging

Teule Children Hanging

From Teule LTK

The Teule 100 Race, Here We Go!

In the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Across the mighty Amboseli National Park and 30 minutes into Tanzania.Here exists the quiet undisturbed town of Loitoktok. It lies about 200 kilometers south west of Kenya and it is a multi-cultural mall town with the Maasai being the dominant group. One can not help but to appreciate the rich cultural setting from the Maasai group.

This is where the Amazing annual Teule 100 comes to its climax. The annual cycling event so tarts from Emali town at Mombasa Road and branches off to 100 kilometer smooth tarmacked with zero traffic road.One rides the amazing stretch through the vast wilderness and off the Amboseli National Park.

This amazing race saw  many individuals, corporates and professional teams participate including the Sosi professional team led by David Kinja, Kibo slopes safaris, Rift valley professional riders etc.

The proceeds of the race goes to supporting Teule Kenya home and by participating you enable under privileged kids to be empowered.

This years event is going to be bigger, better and we look forward to see you there!