The Kivuli Project works closely with the Kenyan Children’s Department to care for, advocate for and protect children classified as being ‘in need’.

This is done through the Kivuli Children’s Home, located in the central highlands of Kenya. The Kivuli Project believes that a family environment is the best for a child’s social and emotional development. As poverty and ill-health are common causes for the separation of a child and their family, part of the work of Kivuli Children’s Home involves creating conditions

where a child can return to live with relatives or join a foster family. This may require various types of support to empower the caregivers to raise the child without outside assistance.

Where this is not possible, or whilst this process is taking place, Kivuli Children’s Home provides a family-like home for the children in its care.

In the near future, the work of the Kivuli Project will expand beyond Kivuli Children’s Home. Kivuli Project will be working with its community to combat problems that contribute to children being ‘in need’.

Hear Dee Rutherford interviewed about the Kivuli Project on radio show OpenHouse with Leigh Hatcher.

 


cheque

Please send cheques to:

Kivuli Project Inc.
PO Box 147
Mount Evelyn VIC 3796
Australia

Direct Bank Transfer

You can transfer funds or make a bank deposit directly into the following ANZ bank account in Australia:

ANZ Bank
Account Name: Kivuli Project Inc.
BSB: 013 403
Account Number: 3692 81295

 

If you require a receipt of your donation, please click here to send us an email and give us your name, address, amount donated via your transfer, and the date of your transfer.

Bequests

After providing for their loved ones, donors may want to consider leaving a portion of their estate to Kivuli Project. A charitable bequest is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting gift and can easily be made through a simple designation in a will or trust.

A bequest becomes a permanent legacy that will serve the community for generations to come. Kivuli Project’s administrators will ensure that donor’s wishes will continue to be carried out as long as it is possible to do so.

Invite a Kivuli Speaker

Whether you’re looking for a speaker for community group or church, organising a conference or would just like to increase your bank of speakers, Kivuli Project’s team of volunteers are happy to share the Kivuli story, providing inspiration and a great challenge to your audience.

Please contact us if you would like more information.

Visit the Kivuli Project for yourself

Kivuli Project offers short-term opportunities for individuals and small groups to get involved by visiting the project in Kenya. There you will meet the local people, share in their lives and have hands on experience in helping with the Kivuli work.  Please contact us if you are interested in visiting the Kivuli Project.

Pray for Kivuli Project

You can partner with Kivuli Project in praying for the needs of the poor and oppressed in Kenya and those that are working with them. If you are praying, or if you would like to join our prayer team and received regular prayer updates, please email us.

Evening and morning, and at noon, I will pray and cry aloud; and He shall hear my voice. Psalm 55:17