Abandoned Children's Foundation

“Building future generations of strong,

intelligent, and independent individuals starts

with a strong foundation during childhood”

– Wesley Barnes

Leave Your Mark On The World!

Laying a Foundation of hope, stability, and opportunity for children living in harsh conditions due to abandonment, while giving the global community the ability to leave their mark on the world through our international volunteer programs.

Volunteer programs for Kenya include helping at an orphanage or helping teach in a local primary school.

Orphanage Program Teaching Program

 If accepted to volunteer in Uganda, you will be helping with different projects or areas of need for the orphanage and/or it’s community.

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Low International Volunteer Program Fees That

Supports you while volunteering abroad – Helps the orphanage that you volunteer with – Creates opportunities for future projects.

Allocation of Fees


Med & Travel Insurance


Support for Orphanage


Local Transportation


Meals & Lodging

Program fees vary, depending on the length of the volunteer trip. The amount of coverage for travel, medical, & emergency evacuation Insurance vary by Country of Residence.

Orphanage Program – Kenya  Teaching Program – Kenya  Orphanage Program – Uganda  Program Fees

Sponsorship Program

It only take 1 person to shape the future

Only one sponsor per-child is allowed, which provides the sponsor and the child being sponsored the opportunity to get to know one another.

Communication is Key to Success!

Communication between the sponsor and child being sponsored is encouraged. Each sponsor will be provided with the contact details and mailing address of the orphanage.

We rise by lifting others

Our hope is for sponsors get to know the child they support and through that connection, each child will receive hope and inspiration that will lead to a brighter future.

Abandoned Children’s Foundation

Frequently Asked Questions

Volunteers have many questions before signing up to volunteer overseas. Our frequently asked questions can help answer some of them. Even after you have booked your tickets, applied for your visa, and decided what to pack, more questions will come up.

Do not worry. We will be with you the entire time to answer your questions. You will also be able to contact our program director in Kenya (Janet Olang) before you travel. You can talk with her to learn more about what to expect and become acquainted with her before your arrival. Usually, she will be the person to greeting you at the airport and traveling with you to Kitale.


Is there a minimum age requirement?

Yes. You must be at least 18 years of age or older.

Do I require a visa to travel to Kenya?

Visas are required for almost everyone visiting Kenya. Kenya has started a new online Visa process in an effort to reduce lines at the airport, collect fees online, and know who will be entering Kenya before they arrive on a flight into Nairobi.

To learn more about Kenya’s online visa process, visit our blog titled “Kenyan Visa, Airport Arrival, and Luggage Collection Nairobi”

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Do I need to be able to speak the local language?

No, the national language in Kenya is English. However, there are many Kenyans that only speak Swahili and their tribal language. This should not affect you. The people you will be volunteering with will be able to translate on your behalf if needed.

Where can I find additional FAQs?

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Drop us a line anytime, and someone will respond to you as soon as possible.

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