SEO Company and Press Release Distribution Site Join Forces for Help Kenya Project

The Help Kenya Project has appointed an SEO Companyand Press Release Distribution/Social Media Marketing site to propel their mission of helping the children of Kenya across the Internet., a Dallas-based SEO Company, has already created the website and will continue to work with the Help Kenya Project to manage and optimize the site. Additionally Social Media Marketing activities will be provided by Press Release Distribution site

Started in New York by Jude Ndambuki, a native Kenyan, the Help Kenya Project focuses on helping Kenya’s youth through charitable donations. The organization collects used computers, books, clothing, sports equipment and other supplies, then ships them to Kenyan schools and libraries. The Help Kenya Project is working to change the future available to the next generation in Kenya. By providing Science, English and Computer Skills, students in Kenya are given a better chance of finding quality jobs later in life, thus breaking the cycle of poverty. The Help Kenya Project helps Kenyans to help themselves and truly leaves a lasting impact.

A lead supporter of the Help Kenya Project, One SEO Company has donated time and resources to build a comprehensive website and newsroom for the charity organization. Through One SEO Company’s Vision Smart Newsroom ® platform the Help Kenya Project will be able to tell their story and draw new supporters to their mission. Complete with multi-media, a donation form and much more, Help Kenya’s new website will continued to be managed by One SEO Company.

Joining forces with to spread Help Kenya’s mission across the Internet is Press Release Distribution and Social Media Marketing site Submit My Press Release. will be providing the Help Kenya Project with public relations and Social Media management of both Twitter and Facebook. The company will be investing efforts into creating a buzz about the need for educating Kenya’s youth and the mission and values behind the Help Kenya Project.

To make a donation to the Help Kenya Project or find a computer drop off point visit


Written by Robert

Respected Kenyan blogger, tech evangelist, and social justice activist. Robert is known for his hard-hitting articles and opinions disseminated through his Twitter handle @RobertAlai or Facebook page (

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