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Join us In Kenya as a volunteer-

We invite you to join us as a volunteer. You can teach, build, inspire... there is so much to do and we need you. We have volunteers heading over to Kenya anytime throughout the year. We are very comfortable and capable to create a customized volunteer trip that matches your needs as well as the needs of those we serve. While we will take large groups of 8 for specifc projects, we really specialize and prefer smaller groups of 4 and less. Many individauls have also traveled with us and have made a world of difference. Don't be afraid to ask us about discussing a volunteer trip for you, your family or group.

Volunteering gives you an opportunity to change people's lives, including your own. Supporting Kids in Kenya Fund projects doesn't necessarily have to involve donating lots of money. We can also use your time and talents. If you'd like to volunteer contact Jamey Ponte.

Meet current, past and future volunteers- make a donation for their efforts by clicking on thier Donation Button below their photo.

The following are volunteers that are committed to making a specifc project move forward.
Help them in any way you can. Check out what they are up to by visiting one of their social networking links. If you make a donation THANK YOU VERY MUCH... if your employer does corporate matches please let us know.


Lisa Demaree-
Lives in Mason, Ohio. Has two great kids, Kristen 20 and Ryan 16. Her passion is serving her community and beyond. Has hopes to further the progression of a much needed hospital that will provide care for woman and children.

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The Wilhelm Family-
Gary, Chris, Joshua, Jillian & Jacob enjoy serving as a family, both those in their community and beyond. They help feed the hungry and serve the special needs population in Cincinnati through the Vineyard Tri-County. They've previously been on a week long mission trip to Mexico, and are now looking forward to serving the Masai people in Kenya. They will be working on fresh water projects to bring an improved quality of life to the people of Kenya and assisting with school projects in any way they can.

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Brad Couch- is working on heading over in the near future to build best practice latrines and safe susatainable water efforts. Help him raise the funds needed to make it happen.

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Stephen Luke-
is a junior at Wabash College, majoring in biology, minoring in chemistry and history. For years, I have heard my uncle rave passionately about how much of a life changing experience traveling to Kenya was for him. So when he offered me an opportunity to not only visit Kenya but also make a direct impact there by involving myself in the construction of a clinic and researching how that clinic can best fit the dynamic culture found in Kenya. I was there. With my fellow classmate from Wabash College, Chris Deig, I visited Kenya in a non-tourist fashion. We stayed at different homes of my uncle’s friends and also living on site where the clinic is to be built. The main goal of our trip was to lose all of our preconceptions that we have brought with us from America and see Kenya through a Kenyan’s eyes.

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Chris Deig- is a junior at Wabash College, majoring in biology, minoring in chemistry and history. I am excited to help the Kids in Kenya Fund, because it is a great opportunity to assist families in need. The experience that I have taken home is unforgetable, and the gratification of aiding many families in Kenya is priceless. Instead of simply touring Kenya and living in nice lodges, we interacted directly with the people and helped them anyway we could.

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Ann Rettig- grew up in Lebanon, Ohio. She went to college at Baldwin-Wallace College in Cleveland, Ohio and majored in Early Childhood Education. After receiving her degree she returned to the Cincinnati area and began teaching first grade at St. Susanna School in Mason. While at St. Susanna, Ann received her master's degree in Educational Administration from Xavier University. Ann has always felt called to find volunteer opportunities in order to give back to society. When she was presented with the opportunity to travel to Kenya she knew that this was the opportunity she had been waiting for. Ann is also a member of the Central Cincinnati National Direct Sales group which raises money for the Child Wellness Fund which the kids in Kenya Fund operaters under. She is looking forward to visiting Kenya and working with all the kids again in the future.

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Andrew Grubbs- is taking lead on the building of our latest Health Clinic in the Aitong area of the Mara.

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Linda Sue Linton-
is making her way to Kenya as a volunteer mid summer 2012.

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Mike Frank-
a founder of Kids in Kenya Fund- he continues to raise funds for student sponsorships. Please help anyway you can.

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Amy Hufnal-
a key member to the Kids in Kenya Fund. Amy has been helping for more than 15 years in Kenya schools.

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