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About ourkenyankids

Our Kenyan Kids supports Children and Youth affected by poverty and/or HIV AIDS, in Kenya and elsewhere, by providing education, training, humanitarian aid, and nurturing relationships, one child at a time.

Coming soon: The 2019 Yard Sale

From last year’s sale: Long time board member, Carolyn Matheson works the Kenyan Store at our Annual Yard Sale held at Wall Street United Church

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A message from the Chair

One might say that 2018 was a year of change for Our Kenyan Kids, and I’m very excited to say that each and every change that occurred has made us stronger.  We saw a need to change, to move forward … Continue reading

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An eye-opening experience awaits you

Ever sit back in your lazy-boy chair and reminisce about days gone by? Smile as you recall memories from years ago, or even just a trip to the Caribbean last winter? I know I do – ALL the time! I … Continue reading

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Message from the Chair

  From my heart to yours, Do you ever pay attention to your daily routine in the morning? I mean really pay attention? Or do you just “do it” out of habit? Do you ever look around your room when you wake, … Continue reading

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The Wrap Up

When the team arrived back in Nairobi after visiting Amazing Grace, we all felt a small weight melt from our shoulders. The biggest, most emotional part of the trip had concluded; all of the projects had been visited. Some, we … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace was our last project to visit, on our list. We left our hotel at 9am and spent the day there, not returning back until almost 10pm at night. Unfortunately, a huge chunk of the day was spent stuck … Continue reading

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Nairobi Children’s Rescue Centre

(In order to ensure the safety of the children, we do not post pictures of the children currently living at the facility.) It was a quiet day at Nairobi Children’s Rescue Centre when we visited. Perhaps because they currently have … Continue reading

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