Archive for September, 2014

Dorms All Pretty in Pink

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

When we think of dorms in the United States, our first thought tends to be college dorms, where 18-22 year olds live. The Royal Kids Schools also have dorms, where girls from the ages 10-18 will stay during the school year. Over twenty girls live in the rooms, along with a teacher who works at […]

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Student Spotlight: Nelly Wanjiku

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

  So grown up! Nelly, is one of the eleven students in our first graduating class from high school. Just a month ago in August, Nelly started college. Her process to get into college began last November when she took the National Exam, to determine whether she would be offered a spot to any university […]

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Not a Drop of Water to Spare

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

In the United States, we tend to take clean water for granted. Whenever we want a drink, we go to the nearest water fountain or sink, turn it on and there’s plenty of clean drinking water. Not everyone is as blessed to have as much clean water as us. In Africa, Kenya struggles maintaining a […]

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Thrivent Choice Dollars

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

For all those who are members of Thrivent Financial, E3Kids International has now been accepted into the Choice Dollar program. Thrivent members can now direct their choice dollars towards us. As always, all funds we receive will go towards our students at Royal Kids Schools in Kenya. For more information about the Choice Dollars program, […]

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Amazon Smile

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

I’ll admit it, I buy A LOT on Amazon.com. For those of you who also love to shop on Amazon, your shopping can now support e3kids work. How it works is you shop at smile.amazon.com, buy your usual items at the same prices, but a portion of your purchase will be put toward your charity […]

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Proud Mary Keeps on Sewing!

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

At e3Kids International we work with many artisans, but there is no one like our Mary. Mary helps to oversee the artisans at Shanzu Women’s Project. Shanzu is a project that teaches handicapped women how to sew, and as the photo shows, Mary is thrilled to show off all their hard work. The women at […]

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Back to School in U.S. and Kenya

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Sixth grade students with Teacher Samuel It’s that time of year again when everyone is going back to school, both Americans and Kenyans alike! Here in the United States, most of us are returning from our one long summer vacation. At the Royal Kids School in Kenya, they go to school year round, and have […]

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