In a few weeks, Kitechild’s co-founder, Jacqueline Herrera, will be going to Kenya! We’ve made a lot of progress since the last time we visited Kenya several years ago and now have future projects on the horizon. Here’s a look at some of the projects we’ll be visiting: We are currently working on a water […]
Make A Difference Today
Check out our new indiegogo to raise funds for water purification in Kenya and give back to vulnerable children today!
This Week: Dwell in Possibility
Monday Motivation: stay open to positivity & hope. See how you you can make a difference!
Making A Difference From A Distance
We often get inquiries from kind-hearted people, who are looking to give back to vulnerable children. Seeing their photos and reading their stories touch many readers and motivate them to act. Volunteering is an important part of making a difference and using your abilities to better the world. Being a social media ambassador is a […]
Give Light to 36 Children
36 children in India now have a reinforced roof which is now ready to install solar lights, giving them electricity for the first time! Learn more about how this helps their education and safety: http://bit.ly/1WHhTmN
Be The Change This Week
If you decide to make a difference, you can change the world for the better! This Motivational Monday quote is from the inspirational Ghandi and we hope you take it to heart this week.
In the Clear: The Value of Clean Water
Did you know that 783 million people do not have access to clean water? That figure, given from the UN, is a sad reality for many on our planet, but a problem that Kitechild is addressing and has already helped hundreds of children have access to life-sustaining water. Our clean water project in Kenya has […]
Planting the Seeds of Education and Nutrition
Our greenhouse project in Kenya is expanding! The greenhouse workers are now planting even more produce, in addition to what they currently grow: tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, kale and onions. From those vegetables, they have generated nearly $6,000 by selling the produce they grow- income which has been reinvested into the farm, keeping it sustainable. They have […]