Thank you for supporting KAI’s work in rescuing orphans and vulnerable children!
Your gift to one of the countries where Kids Alive works will help us meet needs specific to the communities in that country. This, in turn, improves the lives of the children we rescue and care for and provides hope for a brighter future.
Your gift, depending on the needs in the different communities we serve, can help provide:
- Medical clinics and care
- Mosquito netting to combat the spread of malaria
- Filters to keep water clean and safe
- Community centers
- School construction and educational activities
- Care for unsponsored children
- HIV/AIDS prevention
Join us in strengthening families and communities in ways that ensure girls and boys have healthy places to grow and thrive.
Choose a country to help!
Despite being one of the most modern countries in Africa, Kenya is home to many children who are vulnerable to hunger, disease, exploitation, and lack of adequate medical care and education.
Millions of children in Zambia, a country ravaged by the HIV/AIDS pandemic, have been left orphaned by the disease. Devastating economic hardship and crippling child mortality give urgency to our work with orphans and other children left vulnerable to hunger and exploitation.
Lebanon has been devastated by war and violence and overwhelmed by refugees. Children here are at risk of forced marriages, hunger, and illiteracy, but we’re rescuing children and providing food, homes, education, and the love of Christ.
The people who live in the Dominican Republic are some of the poorest in the Western Hemisphere. Kids Alive Residential Homes, Care Centers, Schools, and medical clinics provide much-needed care and hope.
Guatemala struggles with deep poverty, malnutrition, forced child labor, child abuse, and other tragic social issues. But God is at work, rescuing His children through the compassion of Kids Alive staff and missionaries who love them.
More than half the people of Peru live on less than $2 a day. We’re caring for orphans and for children who are victims of forced labor, and many whose malnutrition leads to crippling disease and stunted growth.