Our Mission

We are educating where there are no schools, connecting where there is isolation, and caring where there is great need.

Educating

Everyone’s Child builds schools and provides sponsorship opportunities to orphaned secondary students in Kenya.

Connecting

Everyone’s Child connects students in the United States with students in Kenyan Villages.

Caring

Everyone’s Child provides daily meals to over 500 students at six different schools throughout Kenya.

About Everyone’s Child

Everyone’s Child, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned and impoverished children around the world. Our mission reaches out to the children of the world: to educate where there are no schools, to care where there is great need, and to connect where there is isolation.Everyone’s Child stands behind this principle of provision, holding fast to the ideal that providing children with an education equips them to become the decision makers of tomorrow. Supplying these students with a daily meal has become an important part of this program also, as children need nourishment in order to learn.

Through partnerships with local leaders and citizens, this program participates in building self-sustaining schools in developing nations that support community development, access to quality education and a better life. We believe if you give a child a meal you feed him for a day, but if you give a child an education, you  feed him for life.


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Recent Updates

  • Good News
    Good News: Ukraine has sparked a worldwide call to action. Thousands of people have answered the call. Andrii Morohov is one of those people.
  • Celebrating Scholarship
    EC is celebrating the accolades received by one of our scholarship students!
  • Asking for Your Support
    Once a year EC asks for support for the Orphan Feeding Program and Secondary School Sponsorship Program.
  • Miruya Primary School
    Two new classrooms have been built at MPS. And last month, walkers all across the US raised over $9,000 toward a well at the school.