By 2020, our vision is to have 100 schools in our network, impacting over 20,000 students, with these students completing 250,000 service learning projects.
Lunch for Lenana is an annual campaign that reminds us that simple acts of sacrifice can make a profound difference. The campaign is inspired by two boys we met during one of our first trips out to the slums of Lenana. John and Peter are happy, bright kids. They are always smiling, giggling, and having fun. But underneath the smiles, there is a harsh reality. They are slum orphans. They have to fend for themselves surviving on 50 cents a
Daniel Chung was our youngest HS Immersion Program participant this past summer. He is currently a sophomore at Canyon High School in Southern California. Read below his reflection on his trip and what he took away from visiting our partnered slum communities. Education and Giving Back by Daniel Chung I got off the plane at Jomo Kenyatta Airport, tired, confused, homesick, and anxious. I didn’t know what to expect from this “trip.” The justification I gave the visa lady
The Supply in the news[August 8, 2013] Religion News Service; Christian ministry will reward unsung heroes to the tune of $50,000 [August 1, 2013] Fox News; Skip the Cronut Line and Help out a Charity with The Supply [July 26, 2013] The Huffington Post; How I Built a School in Africa with YouTube Views
Eddo Kim in the news:[February 12, 2013] KoreAM; From Ivy Leagues to the Slums of Kenya [October 1, 2013] Fieldnotes Magazine: Ivy League Grad Ventures Past the Ivory Tower