Our Non-Profit gives 100% of your donation to your sponsored child
Amboseli Children's Fund is committed to transforming the lives of Maasai children living in extreme need in the remote area of Amboseli, Kenya.
Government assistance does not exist for these people. Without our help, they have little hope of breaking free of this cycle of poverty.
Education has been proven to be the most single, most effective means of change and 100% of your donations go toward this endeavor.
Our sponsored children receive a balanced diet, clean drinking water, toiletries, uniforms, books and tuition. These children are eager to learn and together we can make a huge impact on future generations.
Please join Amboseli Children's Fund in our mission to give back to those less fortunate - sponsor a child today!
This shy beauty had just completed one year of school before the virus struck. She was the top student in her grade and her teachers say she learns quickly and loves to sing. She has four siblings. Her parents were overjoyed when told we have accepted her into our program and hope to find a sponsor soon.
Luyiana strives to make his family proud as he is their only child to attend school. He continually makes good marks and his teachers tell us he is an apt and attentive pupil. He is also fond of football league (soccer)! His parents struggle to make a living are are so thankful for our support.
This adorable girl has consistently been one of the best students in her class but due to her parents lack of funds was not going to be returning this year. She is a very friendly, outgoing child and well liked by the other kids. She enjoys reading and drawing. She is so happy to be in our program and would love to have her own sponsor!
Check out this great video about our trip to Kenya! We brought gifts from generous sponsors including new clothes for the kids, necessities, games and lots of activities.
The children were all smiles as they showed off their cute outfits and got to spend some fun time together. Parents traveled great distances to meet with us and join in the celebration!
Computer literacy is difficult for our students; even if they could somehow afford a computer, they lack electricity and internet in their homes. The Technology Empowerment Program is designed to teach students basic IT skills and programs. ACF recently sent two of their students to this course.
As a result of COVID-19 all of the markets and food supply in the Amboseli area have been closed since March. With the help of many generous donors, we purchased much needed food staples and supplies for our kids and their families. Their joy is more than apparent in this photo!
Twala is a co-op of about 200 Maasai women who pool their money to support each other. They are a great example of what can be accomplished by education.
You can sponsor a child for just $48 per month!