Celebrated our sustainable programs not only provide food and income for our children, they also serve as valuable training of life skills like growing fruits and vegetables, fish farming and animal husbandry. Every child has a job to do.
Our Garden Project includes growing crops like papayas, bananas, melons, corn, tomatoes and cucumbers. A three foot high thorn bush hedge surrounds the garden and fish pond and acts as a fence to prevent animals from eating crops and destroying the projects.
Catfish and tilapia are raised in the Fish Project. On barren land, two ponds were dug with shovels and picks. Each pond is approximately 18 feet wide, 30 feet long and 4 feet deep.The ponds were lined with black plastic, then the surface was covered with strips of plastic to prevent birds from taking the fish. It took approximately a year before the fish were large enough to eat and sell.
KidCare International's Food Bank serves as a place of Compassion, Action, Resources and Empowerment for Families. KidCare International's Food Bank feeds more than 18,000 people each year. This number has doubled since 2019.
We believe… loving acts of compassion generate mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wholeness.
An alarming 22% of young children in America live in po…Read More »
Thanksgiving and Christmas Hope Baskets
Hope in Turbulent Times
For many Californians, celebrating with a Thanksgiving dinner is an extraordinary challenge. The number of homeless students in San Bernardino County has skyrocketed in recent years and shows few signs of slowing down. In the 2009-10 school year there were 22,658 children on the streets, living in motels or other difficult circumstances, compared to 18,94…Read More »
Annual KidPak Party and Christmas Toy Give Away
We believe… there is more of a blessing in giving than in receiving.
Experience the True Meaning of Christmas:
Hundreds of KidPaks are placed in the hands of grateful children each year through KidCare International's Annual KidPak Program. Many parents have shared the KidPaks and the Toy Give Away from the KidCare Christmas Party is the only Christmas presents their children rec…Read More »
We believe… you can be a part of halting the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Beloved Daughter is a holistic HIV/AIDS prevention, self-esteem, life-skill program developed by KidCare International to address the underlying contributing factors relating to rising numbers of HIV cases in girls and young women.
Beloved Daughter strives to educate and nurture girls and young women, like Sophia, …Read More »
Cow, Chicken, Garden Projects
We believe… in providing a hope and a future.
One of the most creative but logical and time-proven ways to provide food and healthy diet for vulnerable children in Africa is the cow, chicken, and garden projects. The idea is to give a source of food while teaching children life-sustaining ethics rather than short-term relief.
While some orphanages and care centers are located…Read More »
We believe… change begins with the action of one.
Help Provide a Refuge for Orphans and Abandoned Children for $30 a month.
- A child loses a parent to an AIDS-related illness every 14 seconds.
- Devastated by grief and the loss of their parents, children are exposed to extreme poverty. KidCare International provides daily food, shelter, education and comfort to AIDS orphans and other…
Hope for Hunger
We believe… hope grows where basic needs are met.
Over 33 million children in Africa are at risk of starvation.
Millions go to bed hungry every night.
KidCare International feeds hungry children daily in Africa and the United States through a carefully monitored daily feeding program. We hand-deliver food to orphanages to ensure the quality of the children’s diet.
Children who fo…Read More »
Sponsor a Child
Celebrate the Precious Miracle of Life!
Sponsor A Child
$30 A Month
We believe every life, no matter the circumstance, is precious.
In a world where life is expendable and babies are aborted by choice, you have an opportunity to celebrate life. Join our mission to preserve and celebrate the miracle of life of more than 60 orphans living at KidCare’s Orphanage.
Many of these …Read More »