SUPPORT KULEA CHILDCARE VILLAGES: Kulea depends on donations to continue work in Africa. Make your tax-deductible contribution here. 

Kulea Childcare Villages is approved by IRS 501(c)3, thus all donations are tax deductible.

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1-(603) 974-1665

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PO Box 333, Atkinson, NH 03811

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© 2017 by Kulea Childcare Villages

Our Work 
The problem  

There are 5.6 million orphans in Kenya and Tanzania, and without help many will never attend school. Often they are hungry. Some of our children have been found abandoned, abused or living alone. Some managed to survive a few days or weeks alone, but were fearing death

The solution  

Work through local churches to identify and care for orphans and vulnerable children. Kulea children live as family in loving homes with foster mothers, where they are growing into strong, educated and capable adults. 

Some of our children in Tanzania live our pastor's home and no longer wonder if they will eat each day. Most of our children are cared for by a relative, often a widowed or single mother, and Kulea sponsors help them access education. 

HOW WE HELP CARE

We take care of orphans and vulnerable children, raising them to be leaders who can shape a bright future for their families and communities in East Africa.

HOW WE HELP FEED

Feeding 100 children a month costs less than what the average American family spends on groceries for a week.

HOW WE HELP BUILD 

We work through local churches in Kenya and Tanzania to identify and care for Kulea orphans and vulnerable children. The church community is like a family to our children.

As the church grows, the need for building education space for their children, grows. We come alongside them as we can, helping each church prepare their buildings for children in preschool, feeding programs, and even primary school.

IN SWAHILI, THE WORD KULEA MEANS "RAISE A CHILD."

 We raise orphans in Tanzania & Kenya through partnership with local churches. Each child is care for in a home where needs of love, family, shelter, food, and education are met.