We focus on teaching self-reliance.
Our Core Four Projects
We are grateful to have identified four areas that we can really serve families in Kenya!
An ineffable experience only made real by the feelings that envelop my heart. May 2016 held so much growth for me.
Love, Gratitude, Emotion, Smiles, and Hugs. Those 5 words, I learned, are synonymous with: Kenya, Narok, Eselenkei and Tenkes Schools, and the Maasai Mara villages. Heidi truly brought to life all of the hopes and expectations in the value of service work. David and Moses are two Gentleman I owe a great thanks to, for always making me feel safe and being endowed with such vast knowledge! The education, the fortitude, and the empowerment that Heidi, Moses, and David exude is unparalleled. I had the notion I was going there to teach people. In reality, the Kenyan people taught me the invaluable lessons of Love, Strength, and Hope. “mpaka wakati ujao” Ashe Oleng, Rafiki’s!Miriah
Deep in the heart of 100 Humanitarians are our stories.
Stories of joy. Stories of sorrow. Stories of heartbreak. Stories of fear.
Stories of love. Always love.
What is a $5 Friday Fundraiser on Facebook? $5 Friday Fundraisers on Facebook began back in July 2015 when we decided to start 100 Humanitarians International. We were able to fundraise for 25 desks for Tenkes School, and later we added a new kitchen to cook for 300...read more
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...read more
Serve Locally, Give Globally. In early April, Lori Hildebrand and I did an assembly at Rose Creek Elementary in Riverton, Utah, sharing with them our experiences in Kenya. Lori and her sons are joining 100 Humanitarians International for our June expedition to serve...read more