Leakena is an orphan. It happened like it could have happened to anyone – first her father died in a car accident, and then her mother died of cancer just six months later. Leakena was only five years old at the time, and she had nowhere to go. Kinship Cambodia
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“The least of these.” Jesus used that phrase, referring to the vulnerable. The hungry, the thirsty, the homeless, the imprisoned. Children, orphans, widows, are all exalted in God’s Kingdom, and Jesus calls us to give them extra love. With your gifts to Kinship United in 2017, you have exemplified God’s
When you make a gift to help orphans and widows, you’re doing more than providing for their everyday needs. You’re giving them skills and resources to become leaders and changemakers in their communities. Kinship Kids in Kenya decided to pay it forward by helping a blind woman (center) in a
The Mae Pa Kinship Project in Thailand is serving hundreds of children and families living in the nearby trash dump. Where the water is a death trap, full of bacteria and waste. Yep, you read that right. Trash. Dump. Waste. All things that should not come near your drinking water.