Through our work, we empower communities to generate positive, sustainable outcomes. Learn more about our local implementation partners and what we accomplish together through our projects below.
Founded in 2008, New Hope – AINA provides housing, education, and healthcare to HIV affected children and the greater community.
BAMC provides skilled medical care and counseling to the people of Dandora which is a slum community east of Nairobi home to over 250,000 people.
Medical and Educational Aid to Kenya (MEAK) organizes and performs medical and surgical missions in the fields of pediatric cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, ophthalmology, dentistry, and orthopedics.
Kenya Wildlife Trust is dedicated to supporting ecological monitoring and research programs for the benefit of all wildlife.
New Hope - AINA
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
Amboseli Elephant Trust
Brother Andre Medical Center (BAMC) Dandora
Esiteti Primary School
Medical and Educational Aid to Kenya (MEAK)
Kenya Wildlife Trust
Northern Rangelands Trust
Situated on the equator on Africa’s east coast, Kenya has been described as “the cradle of humanity”. We choose to focus on Kenya where we have deep relationships and a strong network.
Amboseli Trust for Elephants is a conservation effort aimed at the protection and sustainability of the African elephant population in Amboseli’s vital national park.
Save a Mind, Give a Choice provides local pastoral children with secondary school and university scholarships, empowering them to generate change in their own communities.
DREAM works to stem the HIV/AIDS epidemic by providing services to 46 community health centers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Northern Rangelands Trust is comprised of 33 conservancies that collaboratively, transform lives, secure peace, and conserve natural resources.
For Rangers raises awareness and funds for the welfare of rangers on the front-lines to save Africa’s wildlife. Diverse programming fills critical gaps in conservation initiatives across the continent.
Esiteti Primary School is located outside Amboseli National Park overlooking Mt. Kilimanjaro. The school serves over 400 children from the local Maasai community.
Learn about our mission and the defining principals that make our work possible.