The Kenyan Children Foundation:

Arrow Directs more than 90% of its funds to helping these children;
Arrow Provides a home for up to 52 children where they are properly fed, clothed and cared for;
Arrow Funds comprehensive elementary and secondary education at an annual cost of only $150 to $450 per child;
Arrow Funds the building of homes and schools and supports an AIDS orphanage; and
Arrow Offers American volunteers, working in the United States and Kenya, the opportunity to make a difference in their lives and the lives of these children.

Help us help the children! No gift is too small. Contact us at to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of the children of Kenya!


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Upcoming Events


  Triple Bypass Tour


   July 12, 2014

Annual Reception

September 13, 2014

5PM to 9PM

Graland School

55 Clermont St.

Denver, CO


Volunteer Trips

Carty Group

January 4-21, 2014

McCrthy Group

Jan. 25 - Feb.10, 2014

Browning Group

Feb. 16 - March 12, 2014

LeClair Group

April 5- April 21, 2014


For more information, contact us.


Gold Arrow
There are an estimated 250,000 street children in Nairobi, Kenya alone.
Gold Arrow
It is estimated 30% of the children under the age of 15 will be orphans by 2010 because of Kenya's epidemic-level HIV rate.
Gold Arrow
Abandoned children are subject to disease, exploitation and a life of ignorance.


Kenyan Children Foundation
PO Box 631116
Highlands Ranch, CO 80163-1116

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