The Hendley family have quickly become fantastic supporters of The Atlas Foundation, with Jim taking part in the Kenya Trek in April, and his wife, Jenny, joining him out there afterwards.
The family want to support one child in particular, Martin Shikuku. Martin lives with his grandmother, his sibling and cousins in a small hit within Kibera, in a village called Lindi. 
Picture: Rugby training at the Kings Rugby Development Academy
His mother left Kibera to look for work and so his grandmother has been left to become the breadwinner and look after the grandchildren. She sells mandarin (doughnuts) outside her home, but only earns about 1.50 GBP a day. As a result the family struggle to survive and eat.
They cook on a small charcoal stove and Martin helps with the household chores. They have electricity in the hut, but cannot afford to pay the bill.
Martin aspires to be a doctor and joined Good Samaritan Primary School in April 2019 and is a polite and hard-working boy.
For 25 GBP per month a sponsor will provide Martin with school bus transport, a well-qualified teacher, hot breakfast, fruit snack, hot nutritious lunch, school books, educational resources and equipment, uniform and underwear. Plus exam fees.