100 Humanitarians Turns Three Years Old
100 Humanitarians Turned 3 years old in July, after making it through the “Terrible Twos!” Not really, we had an amazing year with three full expeditions and a great deal of love and accomplishments. Some highlights:
- Partnered with Infinite Vision Clothing to host local sew-a-thons
- Launched the Idaho Chapter of 100 Humanitarians
- Building 3 Water Storage Systems (3000 liter tanks) in three areas of Kenya that have provided rainwater for families in the areas
- Donated 5 Water Filters from The Waterbearers organization to provide clean water to families
- Built 20 garden boxes and 8 garden towers for families in Bomet and Nkareta, Kenya
- Distributed 1000+ Days for Girls Kits sewn by women in the Zariel and Bomet sewing centers
- Supported 25 students in school from Kindergarten to Senior year with three graduates and one happening at the end of the year
- Donated 3 goats, 5 chickens, and a cow to families in Bomet and Ntulele
- Supported our first post-high school student to go to Teacher’s College
- Planted 3500 trees
- Built the Tabby Training Center in Bomet to serve the community with mentoring classes in economic development
So much more than that happened, but how do you explain all of the emotions and feelings and experiences that happen on these expeditions? You don’t, so we invite you to come with us!
Our expeditions are being built out for 2019. There are four opportunities to travel with 100 Humanitarians to Kenya, but these trips are filling up quickly!
February 2019 with Scott and Becky Mackintosh – 2 spots available
June 2019 with Heidi Totten – Currently accepting deposits
October 2019 with Renae Southworth – Creating the Wait List
November 2019 with Heidi Totten – Creating the Wait List
If Kenya is calling, now is the time to let us know what your plans are to join us!