Featured Projects

Wholistic Centre, Kenya

The Wholistic Caring Centre is home to 19 orphaned children and also provides education to 55 children in their local area of Ruiru, Kenya. This project was founded in 1994 and seeks to educate, counsel, and empower people on issues directly affecting them. Some of the services they offer are: residential care for girls and women in pregnancy crisis, a children’s home for orphans and vulnerable children, guidance and counseling, and education that includes a school educating children from Pre-School to Class 8. Read More…

AIC Rescue Center, Kenya

The AIC Girls School and Rescue believes that all children have the right to a proper education. The center is committed to educating girls Girls in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya. The girls in this area are often viewed as property, and have no rights of their own. They are forced to undergo Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to prepare them to be sold into marriage as early as age 10. A few girls have the opportunity to attend school, but once they are married they are no longer allowed to be educated. Their older husband uses them to maintain their cattle and to have more children, and often it is an abusive situation. Read More…

HELGA Project, Kenya

The HELGA Rescue Center for Maasai Girls in Kajiado, Kenya is currently home to 45 rescued Maasai children. It was founded over 20 years ago and since then has been housed over 700 girls who have been rescued from Female Genital Mutilation and Early Forced Marriage. With My Own Two Hands Foundation has partnered with HELGA and is currently building a new dormitory to house 42 more children (project to be complete in January 2016). Read More…

St. Ann’s Orphanage: Kenya

St. Ann’s Children’s Home is an inspiring NGO in Kenya that is committed to helping orphaned children. Since their inception is 2007 they have committed to taking in children in need. Inspired by their amazing work we partnered up with their home to help them in a time of need. St. Ann’s faced an eviction from the home they were renting. The issue was taken into the Kenya courts and when hearing the news we decided to take action. After hearing that St. Ann’s owned seven acres of land in a nearby city but didn’t have the resources to build on it, we then committed to helping them build their very own home. Read More…