You might’ve already noticed, but we talk about the ripple effect a lot. And this International Day of Education (January 24), we’re reminded more than ever of how much of a ripple effect educating a child can have on their families and their communities.
We see it firsthand at Kinship United. Your dedicated support makes it possible to educate generations of orphaned and abandoned children and empower them to strive for brighter futures for themselves.
That empowerment results in incredible Kinship Alumni like Cate.
Cate found her safe haven at the Kireka Kinship Project in Uganda after enduring hardship at a young age. It was there that her passion for healthcare began to grow, and her belief that every child deserves access to medical care took root.
Thanks to her access to education, Cate relentlessly pursued her studies in nursing, and now she seeks to ensure that every child in her community has access to adequate healthcare regardless of their circumstances.
That’s how educating just one child can lead to helping an entire community of children. Will you make a gift to empower even more children to go to school?
For many of the children we serve, education was never a guarantee. They dreamed about going to school without ever knowing if their dreams would come true. Because many children see education as their way out of the poverty they experienced at a young age.
For children like Cate once was, education is the key to a brand new life. And these children are the ones who will change the future.
This International Day of Education, will you help build your legacy by making one of the most rewarding investments for struggling children around the world? Your gift of $160 can send one hopeful child to school for an entire year. But any size contribution will help.
100% of your gift goes to where you designate.