Show Hide

It’s here – the Spring 2019 “ALIVE” newsletter!

In the newest issue of “ALIVE”

read how God is using the principles of trust-based, trauma-informed therapy to help child survivors of traumatic abuse and exploitation. Plus, learn about ways you can support them with choices from the Spring Gift Catalog!

Read Here
Welcome to the Kids Alive blog!

Category:Food & Nutrition

Sudan Blog

In the midst of struggle, hardship, and persecution, God is at work

03/22/19 By:

It has been a difficult few months for Kids Alive’s ministry in Sudan. Public demonstrations on the streets of the …

Kevin from Kenya

06/22/18 By:

Thirteen-year-old Kevin lives with his aging grandmother in a tiny, dilapidated hut in a rural Kenyan village. At least, Kevin …

How do I know…

06/12/18 By:

“How do I know that Kids Alive’s work really makes a difference?” This was the question I was asked recently …

When in Manchay, “higher” just means “poorer”…

05/16/18 By:

The steep mountainside in Manchay, Peru, is covered with a multitude of ramshackle huts clinging precariously to the rocky slopes. …

Rescue and redemption in 2017

12/04/17 By:

2017 has been a really important – and very encouraging – year for Kids Alive. This first year of our …

A country brought to its knees and the God who cares…

03/09/17 By:

I was waiting in an airport departure lounge to board a plane when the email landed in my inbox. It …

Crossing the line from despair to hope…

02/20/17 By:

You step across the railway line to get into the Misisi slum in Lusaka, Zambia. And when you cross the …

Here’s what “thriving” looks like in Kenya!

02/07/17 By:

Being an organization that is “growing and thriving” is one of Kids Alive’s three core commitments as we enter our …

Shining God’s love in the darkness

01/17/17 By:

We live in an increasingly fragile and unstable world. According to the UN, almost 93 million people in 33 countries …

Surprise Zambia!

03/21/14 By:

Our Lilato Children’s Village in Mongu, Zambia, received a surprise visit from the town’s Mayor, Madam Mushiba Kahumba, recently! Amazingly …

You can make a difference