The six greenhouses at the Fiwagoh Home in Nakuru, Kenya are a success! The home is currently saving over $10,000 in their annual food costs thanks to the fruits and veggies that are growing in the greenhouses. Those savings go directly to making life better for the kids at the home and pay for additional […]
Take a look at these stunning photos taken by refugee children living in Lebanon: http://goo.gl/hHW8lr Through a project that provided the kids with disposable cameras, we are able to catch a glimpse of what everyday life is like for these children. Over 600,000 refugee children live in Lebanon, most of whom are unable to go […]
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. -Eleanor Roosevelt This timeless quote is what’s motivating us this week! No matter where you are in the world and what’s going on around you, your dreams matter and together we can make this world a better place!
A happy #tbt with our friends from Kenya! We visited the Watoto Wema home in 2012 and can’t wait to go back! It’s amazing what’s happened in 3 years: a greenhouse, a chicken farm and a clean water project. We’ve been grateful to work with this home and the 57 children who live there. Together, […]
“Promise me you’ll always remember: you’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” -A.A. Milne #MotivationalMonday We love this quote from the author of Winnie the Pooh and we hope that every child, everywhere remembers these wise words.
Did you know that playing chess can help improve IQ levels in children? Kids who play chess score higher on reading tests, as well as perform better with critical and creative thinking. Playing chess makes kids focus intensely and work with complex patterns. They also get the chance to practice using active reasoning, among other […]
A #tbt to the success of our Clean Water Access project in Kenya. These boys at the Havilla Home were among the hundreds of children who gained necessary access to clean water through this project. In this area of the world, water must be paid for from the city and the surrounding wells house water […]
Did you know that smiling is a universal sign of happiness? #funfactfriday! Even though we may not all speak the same language, a #smile is recognized as an expression of joy all around the globe. That’s something we can all be happy about! Find out more smile facts: http://goo.gl/yohFtt