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.
Jambo sana! It was three years ago this month that we left for back to back expeditions in Kenya with 26 people on the two teams. Looking back on that, we were definitely crazy! We really didn't know what we were doing, but got on that plane with faith that it would...read more
It's Soul Sunday, and I was just sitting down to write a blog post for the 100 Humanitarians website, when I saw an article with Christine's story in it. This is the story that she tells our teams in Kenya, usually the night before we do a workshop at a school or the...read more
Since our first expedition in May 2016, we have taught Days for Girls workshops in schools, churches, homes, and rescue centers in Kenya. From the streets of Nairobi to the rolling hills of The Mau Forest, we have donated over 3500 reusable feminine...read more
World Water Day is an annual event on March 22nd, and this year, our team was in Kenya to install a Water Storage System at a school in a community called Nkareta, where we have worked for the past year and a half. Typically, when we install a Water...read more
Alex Boye and Lemarti Connection - Part 2The days went by, and we started planning a concert to be held on The Maasai Mara. I had become friends with Stephen Leken on Facebook, a very popular Maasai Gospel singer. We were also able to have another singer,...read more
Who would have thought a chance meeting in the spring of 2018 would have placed me where I am today? Of all things, it was at a sew-a-thon, sewing underwear that I first met Heidi Totten. I knew she ran some kind of humanitarian thing and I wanted to see what she...read more
A Tree Farm in Kenya In the Fall of 2017, we visited Nkareta for the first time. Nkareta is a community of around 3000 people, just outside of Narok. Our goal at the time was to do family assessments, which we like to do when we "open" a new area. We met Jacob, who is...read more
We went to the Oiboos for the first time a year ago. Our hope was to plant a garden, but the land was dusty, dry, and hard. The family was happy and welcoming, but there was nothing we could do at the time. Six months later we were ready to try again. We rolled up in...read more
Our June team had the privilege of visiting a girl named Ndee. It was one of the highlights of the trip for many of us. The jeeps pulled through a large blue and white gate and entered a campus of clean grounds, school uniforms, and higher learning for girls in Kenya....read more
#GTstreamathon Join us for the second annual Giving Tuesday Streamathon with Devin Thorpe! We were blessed to join him last year on his 24 hour livestream, and we are excited to join him again! We are on at 12:40pm Mountain Time, and join our friend Liz Stone from...read more