The heart of Kinship is the idea that we all take care of each other. At Matibo Kinship Project, dozens of orphans, along with widowed caregivers, have no one else to take care of them – they need you. This Giving Tuesday, you can make sure the Matibo Kinship Kids are taken care of all year in 2019. They do not have any monthly sponsorship, and they need $19,000 for the year in order to provide their orphans and widows with food, medical care, school supplies and fees, clothes, and a safe place to call “home”. 100% of your gift
You know who some of the unsung heroes of Kinship United are? They’re people just like you, who have committed to sponsor a Kinship Project! These wonderful people give generously every single month to take care of orphans and widows in a Kinship Project they can personally connect with. Why are we so grateful for our Kinship Sponsors? They make the world go ‘round for the orphans and widows we serve together! With their gifts, the children have food, clothes, everything they need for school, and more. They pray for their Kinship Kids, and some even take the trip to
Your gifts, big and small, are transforming the lives of orphans and widows every single day. Sometimes in ways you might not realize! From little things like fresh milk or a sweater, to big deals like beds and school supplies, we want you to know just how much you are blessing these kids. You were an answer to prayers in Uganda with cozy beds and warm sweaters. The old wooden beds at the Buloba Kinship Project were rotting and had become breeding grounds for bedbugs and carpenter ants. But thanks to you, they now have brand new metal beds, and
You Brought Relief to Earthquake Victims in Indonesia On August 5th, strong earthquakes shook two Indonesian islands, killing hundreds, and leaving thousands without homes. Your quick response to help those in need was a blessing and relief to earthquake victims! You helped provide them with food and shelter during those frightening days. Thank you. Making Life Better for Kinship Projects in Kenya Thank you so much for your gifts to help repair Kinship Projects in Kenya. With your support, they are hard at work, making safer and more welcoming spaces for the orphans and widows they serve.
Kayla went live on Facebook throughout her 100,000 step journey to raise money for clean water at the Jezza Kinship Project. Kayla Cox, a longtime supporter of Kinship United, wanted to do something BIG. Something that would stretch her to her limits, and that would bless orphans and widows in a huge way. So Kayla became an Orphan Rescue Champion, and created a fundraiser to provide a well and water storage tanks for the Jezza Kinship Project in Uganda. Her goal was to walk 100,000 steps in one day on August 31st and raise $10,000. Amazing, right? Let’s go back