Donate to These 5 Organizations Supporting Kids in Need in Kenya 

Article by Maureen Kasuku
Posted: December 20, 2021  

Spread the Christmas Cheer and teach your kids the value of giving to others by donating to these 5 organizations supporting children in Kenya

Autism Support Centre Kenya

The Autism Support Center Kenya (ASCK), is a nonprofit that helps children on the autism spectrum and their families find access to education, therapy, assessment and mentoring.

ASCK coordinates several programs to engage underprivileged kids/youth with autism, aimed at improving their social interaction and participation in vocational training opportunities. 

They need resources for sensory toys, books, food and medication. Donate HERE

Nyumbani Children’s Home

Established 30 years ago, Nyumbani Children’s Home is a refuge for HIV/AIDS-affected children. They provide housing, food, medication and education to hundreds of children living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Donations in cash or kind accepted HERE

Cerebral Palsy Society Of Kenya

Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya (CPSK) is a charitable organization working towards the improvement of the welfare of children and persons afflicted by CP. CPSK Special School offers special needs education, music therapy and vocational training to underprivileged children living with Cerebral Palsy.  The CPSK clinic also offers free occupational therapy at the clinic for children under the age of 6. Donate HERE

Albinism Society of Kenya

The Albinism Society of Kenya seeks social inclusion and enhancement of self-esteem of persons with Albinism. The organization helps underprivileged kids across the country access sunscreen lotion, caps and eyeglasses. Donate HERE

Kenya Society for the Blind

Kenya Society for the Blind helps in awakening public interest in the welfare of the visually impaired and in all matters relating to blindness in society. The organization helps underprivileged kids access canes, braille reading material and basic necessities. Donate HERE


*Featured Image: Nyumbani Children’s Home

About the author

Maureen Kasuku

Maureen is our resident cat lady and Beyoncé stan. She writes about spas, brunch and ballet recitals but has never been to any. Moonlights as a social justice activist in her spare time. She knows things and is obnoxiously opinionated on the internet but not in real life


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