African Adventures are calling on West Ham United supporters to be part of an amazing ten-day charity trip to Kenya next May.

When the domestic season will be over and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil not yet underway, Hammers fans can plan to fill the football void with this life-changing experience.

Keep an eye out for members of African Adventure's experienced team on Saturday, who will be around to answer your questions at the entrance of the Boleyn Ground prior to kick-off against Aston Villa.

Participants will jet off to Nakuru, south-west Kenya on Monday 26 May, where there are all manner of vital community schemes in need of your time and help.

Volunteers can teach, support community work with children, help with construction projects, or even take the lead on football and multi-sports activities.

On top of the volunteering, there is also a weekend to savour the spectacular sights. You can look forward to visiting Safari Park, Lake Nakuru, before heading north to the equator and finish up by hiking down to the foot of scenic waterfall Thomson's Falls.

Crucially, part of your fundraising effort will support West Ham United Community Sports Trust, such that you will be funding precious projects on your doorstep here in east London as well those in Africa.

In the meantime, everything you need to know is right here in this brochure, while you can contact Esha via africanadventures@westhamunited.co.uk or call 023 8178 0957 to register your interest or attendance. You can also check out African Adventures' YouTube channel by following the link here.

African Adventures, the UK's most effective volunteer travel organisation, are running the initiative with some nine football clubs this summer, with Celtic, Cardiff City, Derby County, Wycombe Wanderers and Stevenage having all teamed up with them in the past.