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Kids Alive announces its new President!

Corbey Dukes assumes the role of President, Kids Alive International

Effective August 1, Corbey Dukes, former Country Director of Kids Alive Guatemala, assumed the role of President of Kids Alive International. Corbey has served with Kids Alive for 11 years, leading in the rescue, redemption, and restoration of victims of exploitation and sexual violence in Guatemala.

Corbey brings to this leadership role a passion for vulnerable children and for empowering God’s people in ministry. Please keep Corbey and Janie in your prayers as they make this transition!

“However, I consider my life worth nothing to me;
my only aim is to finish the race and
complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—
the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace.”

Acts 20:24 (NIV)

Full announcement can be found here!

Palo Blanco School

Jarabacoa | Dominican Republic

Palo Blanco School is making a difference in the lives of nearly 300 children and is truly a fountain of life in the community. The school, along with our associated programs, has grown steadily over the past 18 years; because of the grace of God and generous partners, we’ve added a sports ministry, counseling, high school discipleship programs, and university scholarships. read more »

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The Face of Hope at Palo Blanco School

Irene* came to our program in Palo Blanco over 10 years ago when she was just three years old. For several years, she seemed emotionally troubled, always appearing downcast and spending a lot of her time alone. Even at school, she wouldn’t interact much with others, and she struggled with thoughts of self-harm.

But over time, things began to change. At Palo Blanco, Irene received the emotional support she needed to work through problems, and she met regularly with a mentor. Her demeanor has become more outgoing, she walks around smiling, and she accepted Christ as her Savior. And now that Palo Blanco is in the process of extending education through 12th grade and Kids Alive is offering university scholarships, Irene has a path to grow up in a healthy environment and achieve successful independence. We pray that she’ll also be a light to her family and community as she honors God with her life.

*name changed to protect privacy

Partner with Palo Blanco School

Site Partnership allows for services that reach beyond the basics of what Child Sponsorship provides, supplying resources for trauma training and therapy, nutritionists, social workers, educational counselors, discipleship, and more.

Life at Palo Blanco 

There are now nearly 30 children who participate in our academic, spiritual, and vocational programs. A full Christian education is offered through 11th grade, and children who attend public school come in the afternoon to receive a healthy lunch and educational enrichment. From academics and vocational training to spiritual guidance, our staff is committed to supporting each child as they plan for life after our school.

Sponsor a Child from Palo Blanco School

Kids Alive International is all about setting a lonely child in a family — families like yours — through the two-way blessing of child sponsorship. You can rescue a vulnerable child and provide them with safe shelter, food, education, health care, and spiritual nurture.

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How Kids Alive Cares for the Children

Rescuing Children

  • Addressing physical, spiritual, and emotional needs
  • Academic and vocational training
  • Providing a safe and secure place for children

Giving the Gift of Education

  • Meeting individualized academic needs
  • Providing educational guidance
  • Encouraging secondary education and vocational training

Strengthening Communities

  • Meeting community needs to build strong ties
  • Addressing health care and disease prevention
  • Creating micro-enterprise solutions for economic development