Project KPH aims to provide young people aged between 7 - 17 who live with illness, disease, and/or other special conditions - the opportunity to nurture and realise talent through special projects designed to provide challenge and achievement. Project KPH aims to provide an interactive, safe and empowering environment for all people involved in the programme from recipients to sponsors.
The purpose is to enable inclusion.
The culture of Project KPH is reflected in these values:
We value creating a fun atmosphere for both recipients and contributors by injecting humour, friendship and positive attitude into each Project KPH experience.
We value creating sustainable personal growth for the recipients of Project KPH through a positive, safe, encouraging, and interactive learning environment.
We value delivering rewarding experiences to the both recipients and contributors of Project KPH by creating meaningful, tangible, inspiring sources of reflection.
We value demonstrating inclusion by providing an opportunity for the recipients of Project KPH to shine in their unique and special context of talent, to have their interests taken seriously.
We value authenticating integrity within our culture at Project KPH by being congruent to our stated values which are derived from the spirit in which Project KPH was born; to always remain focused on the Vision, Purpose and Objectives for Project KPH.
We value teamwork and input from recipients and contributors in order to achieve our vision by creating an environment which encourages innovative ideas, openness of feelings, thoughts, and authenticating inclusion.