KIDS FOR KIDS helps children the world has forgotten - children in Darfur, Sudan, who live lives of inexcusable and unimaginable hardship. Their key project "Goat Loan," provides milk for the children and a livelihood for mothers as the little flock grows. After two years, offspring of the goats are passed on to another family, and so on. The organization empowers local people, training them to run the projects for themselves and their community, so they can raise their families out of poverty long-term and give their children hope of a better future.
Through healing, education, and love, the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village empowers orphaned and vulnerable Rwandan youth to build lives of dignity and contribute to a better world.
The Raising South Sudan project, inspired by former Lost Boys of Sudan James "Lubo" Mijak, Ngor Kur Mayol, and James Manyror, serves nearly 1,000 students and teachers at the the Nyarweng and Gumriak primary schools.
This targeted Federation priority provides funding to help meet the critical needs of Holocaust survivors in the Atlanta, Georgia, community, ensuring they live their final days in comfort and with dignity.