Category: Charitable Giving

Feedback from the Children You Support

by Jessica Charles

  • Posted on May 9, 2022

Dear friends, June marks the end of our fiscal year, and we are so grateful for the ways you helped us get through these trying times. We thought you would like to hear from some of the children you are supporting themselves. “I used to cry when taken to school. I could [not] write and…



Meet Our Moms and Honor Yours for Mother’s Day!

by Jessica Charles

  • Posted on April 28, 2022

In Kenya, mothers of children with disabilities often face the same, or worse stigma, as their children. Most are told the child’s disability is their fault. They are accused of infidelity, witchcraft, demon possession, sin, and more. Their husbands often feel too ashamed to remain in the marriage and abandon them – leaving them with…



Pages for a Purpose: Is a Read-A-Thon Right for You?

by Lauren Blair

  • Posted on February 24, 2022

We’ve all succumbed to the purchase of one item or another as part of a child’s school fundraiser. Somewhere in our closets and refrigerators lurk unsightly wrapping paper and poor tasting pizzas. So when my two elementary-aged sons arrived home with a notice about a school-wide fundraiser, I braced myself for something I probably wouldn’t…



The most personal way to help a child

by Kupenda

  • Posted on January 19, 2022

The most personal way to help a child access the care they need. When you sponsor a child with a disability, you not only support their physical needs, but also help them understand their value and potential. This is critical everywhere but especially in Kenya where most children with disabilities grow up believing they are cursed, useless and unworthy…



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