Projects

Helping children & Youth experience God's love by promoting practical projects

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One of the most practical ways for children to experience God’s love is to see him provide for their most basic physical needs - water, food, clothing and education. Our current projects include:

 
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VISION 2020 - 200 Wells by 2020!

Can Do Kids works in partnership with rural communities and their schools in Kenya to provide water systems to harvest, store and dispense large quantities of water. You can give to our current water project by clicking the link below or contact us to find out more how an individual, church, small group or organization can sponsor a water system and travel to participate in a celebration of its completion!


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SOS - Support Our Students

Can Do Kids International sponsors children and youth in Kenya in two ways. First, we field requests from public school staff to assist the children in greatest need then find sponsors who are willing to support them with a donation of $25/month or $300 for one year. This provides for schools fees, school uniforms, food, supplies or whatever is needed. Second, we take one-time donations and fundraise to provide a scholarship fund to help with unmet sponsorships and emergency needs. Contact CDK International to be matched with a student or give today.


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Class 2 Class 4 Kenya

Can Do Kids International provides opportunities for students in the US to help provide basic school supplies to public schools in Kenya.  Would you be interested in collecting pencils, erasers, and sharpeners for the Class 2 Class 4 Kenya Program? Contact CDK International for more information.


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Hunger 4 Change Rice Project

Collect your change during the month of September. Send the sum of what’s collected to Can Do Kids International to help feed 7,000 8th grade students in 156 public schools for 3 days during their important (KCPE) exams. This project is being done in cooperation with school administrators, parents and local communities who will be providing the rest of the meal, cooking and serving.