Join us on Friday, October 6th from 5:30-8:30pm at The REACH Museum in Richland, WA.
Enjoy a traditional Kenyan dinner, ministry updates, silent and live auctions, and fun activities.
Table Captain and Individual/Group Registration coming soon. Corporate sponsorship is now open.
Exciting details coming soon!
You can still be a #MiraclePartner!
Thank you to our friends at Paramount Communications for being our Presenting "Lion" Sponsor of this event!
Who We Are
Every day kids in Kenya are abandoned, abused, or orphaned because of poverty, disease, or death of family. The CDC estimates 50% of all Kenyan children experience physical, emotional, or sexual violence. Abuse and abandonment are multifaceted issues in Kenya, with common causes stemming from severe poverty, intergenerational trauma, mental illness, and cultural stigmas surrounding children with disabilities or born from incest. For example, twins and children born with disabilities are considered a curse and are discarded.
As a result, it is estimated there are more than 3.6 million Kenyan children under the age of 18 have been orphaned or are vulnerable.
Some kids are left alone to starve, living in squalor because nobody can afford to feed them, leaving them critically malnourished. Others were found by neighbors after being dumped in outdoor latrines, barely alive. These children have no hope for a future unless someone intervenes. That's why we exist.
Since our first baby arrived in 2006, Rehema for Kids has rescued and raised hundreds of children. We believe God calls us all to care for “the least of these.” Rehema for Kids is a dedicated group of Christian leaders who welcome those abandoned kids into our village. In our care, we provide them with a loving home, quality education, nutritious meals, medical intervention, trauma counseling, and Biblical discipling that gives children the hope of Jesus and a chance to break the cycle of poverty. Our village consists of a children’s home, primary and junior high school, medical clinic, and special needs center where they can heal and thrive.