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We’re Hiring!

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

e3Kids Outreach Coordinator Position Position Description The Outreach Coordinator will work towards event planning, engaging new donors and expanding educational outreach programs. They will network to develop fundraising events and sale opportunities. They will liaison with school and church groups to promote e3’s mission and US education programming. Compensation and Schedule • Starting Salary: $1000/month […]

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Continuing to Love by Serving More Students

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Royal Kids School continues to help even more children achieve a better future. Royal Kids focuses on equipping its children with the right tools to instill confidence and encourage their desire to learn through a qualitative Christian education. This foundation of love is integral to helping these children break the “circle of poverty” that has suppressed […]

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Rachael before and after

One Success Story that keeps bringing more

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Meet Rachael Wanjiru, a Royal Kids School Alumni, who was our very first boarding student. Rachael, born into a Muslim family, attended the school since she was approximately five years old.  While in middle school, she made the brave decision to accept the Lord as her savior which caused her to lose all support from […]

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Library Mission Trip

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Over 800 lbs of books and supplies made their way to Mombasa, Kenya because 3 Fredericksburg women were on a mission to build library and classroom book collections at the Royal Kids School. Surrounded by slums and known for providing a way out of poverty, the school equips, empowers and educates students to be servant […]

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Jacinta and her ministry

Support Jacinta! A Kenyan woman with a powerful ministry

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

​​Jacinta Mulwa is a Kenyan artisan that E3 Kids has been working with for several years.  In addition to being an skilled artisan, Jacinta also started an incredible ministry called Daughters of Abraham which is specifically geared towards empowering Muslim women in Kenya. E3 Supporters can now give directly to her great work by heading […]

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Royal Kids | Class of 2015

You did it, class of 2015!

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

The numbers are in for the 2015 Kenyan National Exam, and E3 Kids is very excited to announce that eight students from the class of 2015 have been sponsored to attend high school. Felix Ochieng, John Njeru, Stella Gakii, Joseph Halanga, Marion Odhiambo, Lavine Nekesa, Anwar Said, and Vincent Omalla have achieved their goal of […]

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Esperanza Nueva Well Dedication

New hope for Edwins village | Clean water for all

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Today the village of Nueva Esperanza has access to clean, purified water because of funds raised from generous donors and one small act. Ever since Jessica Holt met Edwin back in 2013 and connected him with Hope of Life, his life, the life of his family, and of his village has changed dramatically. Through Hope […]

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Surviving the winter months in Virginia vs. Kenya

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

The new year is upon us and the temperatures are dropping. All of us in Virginia know that the weather is quite variable. Depending on where you are in the state, most residents can experience all four seasons in one week. However Fredericksburg has slowly but surely slipped into the winter season and we’re still […]

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A Successful 2Day-Forfeit!

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

On Friday nights, most high schoolers enjoy going home after a long week at school; sit in front of the couch and watch a movie, hang out with friends, and then sleep in good and late on a Saturday morning. This past Friday night, on April 17th, about 20 high school students participated in the […]

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Have You Heard the Good News?

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Royal Kids School in Kenya blesses children with the opportunity to receive an education, but they also share the word and love of God in a program called Good News. The program is divided into three different age groups: pre- school, first-third grade, and fourth-eighth grade. Every Tuesday and Friday the classrooms open up their […]

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