Our organization is excited to be part of GiveMN.org. This online platform has helped so many nonprofits across Minnesota to raise money for different causes. Last year, 52,000 people donated more than $17.1 million to 4,400 Minnesota non-profits organizations on GiveMN.ORG.
How you can help us spread the word:
Encourage your friends, family and co-workers to Kids Home International
Visting our Facebook and sharing our posts
Writing your own social media post and tag us
Give to the Max giving opportunities:
Andrew Kemboi's Holiday Wish- This Holiday instead of buying me a gift, consider donating to Kids Home international and make a difference in a child
Help a child survive- There are multitudes of chidren who have been wholly deprived of guidance of parents, basic survival needs and subduing influence of unconditional love. They need a helping hand, give and give hope
Who we are:
Kids Home International is a non profit organization that FOCUSES on the children that are neglected, abused, discriminated, exploited, traumatized, and abandoned. We seek to care, support and protect them.
In our effort to reach and serve as many poor
children globally, we have merged with organizations or ministries in Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi that are
consistent with our mission and avoid duplicating.
Making a Difference in Kenya and Beyond
In 2002 the Founder of Kids Home International Pastor Stephen Chesimet heed to the calling to give and serve the orphans as instructed in Deuteronomy 15:10-11 "Give generously to the poor and do so without a grudging heart....He became the FATHER to the fatherless and the motherless. Read more
Democratic Republic of Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) is the poorest country in the world and has been at the center of what could be termed Africa's world war. This has left it in the grip of a humanitarian crisis. As is often the case, children are at the very heart of the human tragedy that has unfolded in the DRC. Read more
Located at the heart of the African Great Lakes region, Burundi has weathered nearly two decades of conflict and troubles, which have contributed to widespread poverty. 8 out of 10 Burundians live below the poverty line. Read more
OUR PROGRAMS & STRATEGIC PLAN
Information on our work in Kenya