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to bring sustainability to Kenya.

Our Mission:

After traveling to Kenya in January 2017, Dan and Sarah Stoltzfus knew this village was God’s assignment for them. In light of this, the Stoltzfus family has partnered with Fort Knox Security to transform this village for the glory of God. Life4Kenya is all about its name; Committing to infuse resources that will bring life and hope to places that need it the most. At it's core, the project is the transforming power in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Life4Kenya efforts presently resides in Barsemoi, Kenya; a remote village of almost 3,000 people. It is a place with no water and no help from anyone. People walk 30 kilometers round trip up & down a mountain to get clean water. They struggle with malaria and intestinal diseases. Work is limited, food is scarce, and life is hard. It is a harsh, arid, dry area. But thanks to the wonderful donations from the Stoltzfus family, this village now has a fresh water well which is bringing life back into Barsemoi villages. Targeting specific needs, we will continue to transform this desert place into a place of health, life, hope, and spiritual vitality. Watch the video above to see the power of giving in action.

There is still so much to be done, so help us make a difference in Kenya by donating to the cause.
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A $1 Donation means $1 to Kenya.

Unlike other charitable foundations, we pay all administration fees,
so the money you donate today will go 100% to helping Kenya tomorrow.

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Kenya has a need for additional Ministry which is why Life4Kenya has a large focus on sustainability in this third world country. To us that means going further than giving the natives of Kenya more than just a meal for the day, we aim to provide food sources, skills, and opportunities for the natives to learn with Chicken Farms, Goat Farms, Greenhouses, and Sustainable Water Sources.

By giving the Kenya locals something of value (farms of their own), we are hoping to create an economic foundation to progress the state of these communities.

Giving the skills, resources, and hope to the natives, we've empowered them to take the next steps in development of their own economy.

Fresh Water
Retrieving fresh water is one of the most difficult challenges that the locals face in Kenya. Before our aide in Barsemoi, the community was sending members further than 4 hours round-trip (walking down a mountain), to collect water for village use. Our goal is to provide a fresh water well for every village in Kenya, so they are able to relieve this burden from their everyday life.