Those We Serve

  • Make about $1 per day

  • Eat one meal per day

  • Walk an average of 5 miles to fetch unsanitary water

  • Have a 50% dropout rate in high school due to lack of tuition

  • Have poor access to healthcare where there is one doctor for every 10,000 people

We are…

building stronger communities, providing sustainable infrastructures and creating economic opportunities in poor grass-roots communities. Partnering with the leaders of these community-based organizations, we empower them with the skills and resources they need to effect change within their communities.

Jamii School:

In Eldoret, Kenya, early childhood education in the largest slum area is receiving resources to care for 350 children in 7 small classrooms made out of corrugated iron sheets.

Mue AIDS Community Care Group:

In Kangundo, Kenya, the burden of HIV/AIDS and poverty is lighter due to serving 50 families that have lost one or both parents to this disease by providing food, educational assistance and empowering the care givers to be self-sustaining.

New Dawn School:

In the poorest slums in Kenya, we are working to buy a school bus to alleviate the challenges of walking three hours a day while also providing ongoing medical care.