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Schools on our waiting list

Silverplate School

The entire school administration has 4 teachers who serve a population of 65 pupils

$325a month

The Covenant Shield Junior

The entire school administration has 9 teachers who serve a population of 75 pupils.

$375a month

The Happy Angel

The entire school administration has 5 teachers who serve a population of 76 pupils.

$380a month

Success Care Centre

The entire school administration has 5 teachers who serve a population of 88 pupils.

$440a month

Lexyberyl Academy

The entire school administration has 4 teachers who serve a population of 89 pupils

$445a month

Ngunyumu Centre

The entire school administration has 7 teachers who serve a population of 120 pupils

$600a month

St. Priscar Education Center

The entire school administration has 8 teachers who serve a population of 128 pupils.

$640a month

Jasil Education Centre

The entire school administration has 10 teachers who serve a population of 148 pupils.

$740a month

Vessels Of Wisdom Academy

The entire school administration has 6 teachers who serve a population of 185 pupils

$925a month

Lucy Education Centre

The entire school administration has 8 teachers who serve a population of 205 pupils.

$1025a month

Red Hill Academy

The entire school administration has 7 teachers who serve a population of 282 pupils.

$1410a month

Super Education Centre

The entire school administration has 11 teachers who serve a population of 408 pupils.

$2040a month

Brainstorm Junior School

The entire school administration has 23 teachers who serve a population of 545 pupils.

$2725a month

Torati Angels

The entire school administration has 24 teachers who serve a population of 856.

$4280a month

Together We Can Eliminate Poverty

“Ok students, it is time for lunch”, says one of the teachers at Glorious Junior School in Nairobi, Kenya.  The school day was half way over and the students began to line up in a single file line.  Each child was handed a bowl as they gazed upon the shiny oversized rice pot that was steaming on… Continue reading Together We Can Eliminate Poverty

$1 Feeds One Child for One Week

Feeding children both physically and spiritually are two foundations for our feeding program in the slums of Nairobi. However, this is no small task.  To feed over 3,000 students every school day takes hard work and dedication from our groups of volunteers on the ground in Kenya, along with the teachers and staff at the schools. … Continue reading $1 Feeds One Child for One Week

What Does Hope Look Like?

Walking along the dirt covered paths in the Kibera Slums and seeing the great poverty of almost one million people packed tightly within approximately 2.5 square kilometers, it would be hard for anyone to question the lack of hope residents living there might experience. Some Common Obstacles The most common life circumstances the people of… Continue reading What Does Hope Look Like?

A Great Resolution

When the ball dropped and people cheered the arriving of the new year, many also welcomed new year’s resolutions that would better their lives and hopefully better others in their communities. Exercise and dieting seem to be at the top of many people’s resolutions in 2018 here in the States. However, according to a Google… Continue reading A Great Resolution

Working Together For Good

It is a very interesting thing to reflect on all the differences in cross-cultural ministry. One of the things we have learned to embrace from our trips to Kenya is that we must always hurry up and wait. Day two of our time here proved to be no different. We left our hotel late morning,… Continue reading Working Together For Good

Back In The Saddle

Day one here in Nairobi turned out to be very eventful. Not only were we joining our Kenyan brothers in purchasing the food for our 21 schools, but we were able to help carry and deliver the food to our sorting facility. Brandon, our ministry President, took his job carrying a 90kg bag of beans… Continue reading Back In The Saddle

$1 Never Went So Far

The world around us today is moving quickly it seems… too quickly. There is a rush to get to the store to purchase everything that accompanies a perfect Christmas morning. Traffic on the streets and in the stores filled with folks searching for the great deals and the perfect gifts. Everyone is in a rush… Continue reading $1 Never Went So Far

Change is Good

I love change!!! Change is just in my blood. I can’t stand for things to stay the same. I can’t sit still while I’m talking on the phone (seriously, I pace back and forth around the room or even better, I’ll walk around outside if possible!!)…I like working in different environments…I love the changing of… Continue reading Change is Good

The Missions Minded Family

With the holidays approaching, there are many joyful thoughts about our quaint family get-togethers, where we can enjoy one another with a singular focus…giving thanks.  Honestly, we have so much to be thankful for even if the hum drum of life’s responsibilities drowns out our desire for gratitude.  As a family, how do we prepare… Continue reading The Missions Minded Family

Teaching Generocity in Worldwide Poverty

As a child, I loved spending time with my Grandfather. He would have the best stories to tell. Every time I would go to his house, he would speak of a time “long, long ago when gas was only 25 cents a gallon and when ice cream was just a nickel.” As I look back… Continue reading Teaching Generocity in Worldwide Poverty