Harvest at Fiwagoh Home

The Fiwagoh Home in Kenya is already busy harvesting the tomatoes and lettuce from two of its greenhouses. Those veggies ensure that the children have healthy food to eat, and the profits of selling the extras in the marketplace provided the income to buy more caretakers. We’re currently working on setting up a similar greenhouse project that promotes Change, not Charity, but we need your help to make it happen. #GiveBack today and #MakeADifference: goo.gl/B6UOlz 

School’s in Session

School’s in session at St. Catherine’s Home in Kenya. We’ve started a project that will fund the education for all the children at the home because in Kenya education is not free for old kids. The project involved building greenhouses so that the home can generate income by selling the produce in the market. It’s sustainable, environmentally friendly and an overall game-changer! Join us in being the change we wish to see in the world by investing in this project: http://goo.gl/1WwFeC 

Invest in Education and Nutrition

Look at these proud graduates from St. Catherine’s Home in Kenya! We are working to make sure that these kids never have to choose between food and education, but we need your help to make this a reality. Please invest in our greenhouse project, which feeds the children the produce grown and funds their education, by selling the surplus veggies in the market. We now have a matching donor who will match all donations up to $10,000, so we can make this happen! Find out more and help these children not just survive, but thrive: https://www.kitechild.org/projects/st-catherines-children-home-greenhouse/ 

Midweek Break with the Watoto Wema Home

Take a midweek break with the Watoto Wema Home in Kenya! Our greenhouse project there has been going strong with this month 940 kilos of vegetables have been harvested with more lettuce and tomatoes to be ripe soon! This sustainable project is all about change, not charity! The veggies grown in the greenhouse provide the children with healthy produce, while the rest is sold in the market to cover education costs. Did you know that schools are not free for older children in Kenya? So all too often, children’s homes are forced to choose between spending money on food or education. Let’s make this a thing of the past and invest in our similar project at the St. Catherine’s Home in Kenya. All children deserve a full body and mind! Invest today: http://goo.gl/TmJQLp 

1 in 4 Children are Malnourished

1 in 4 children are currently malnourished around the world, according to a world report: http://goo.gl/5sOSgD. Without the proper nutrition, children’s health are in peril. We work to address this problem with sustainable projects, like our greenhouse at St. Catherine’s Home in Kenya. The greenhouse project will grow fresh veggies to supplement the diets of the children and the surplus is sold in the markets to pay for their educational costs. Please invest in this project today so that these children will have their nutrition and education: https://www.kitechild.org/projects/st-catherines-children-home-greenhouse/ 

Kids Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Eating and Learning

No child should ever have to choose between going to school and having enough to eat, but that is the unfortunate reality for many of our partner homes. They are under operating under the financial burden of caring for too many children and school takes the back seat to basic, pressing needs. Children have the right to have their basic needs met and the education to rise out of poverty! Our greenhouse project works to make sure that the kids at St. Catherine’s home will have their bodies and minds fed, by growing enough vegetables to supplement their diets and to have a surplus that is sold in markets so that school fees are covered. Even more amazing is that we have a matching donor who will match donations up to $10,000! So please join us and help this project happen! https://www.kitechild.org/projects/st-catherines-children-home-greenhouse/