News & Updates

Ukrainian Psychologist Joins LWCF Team

In an effort to help teachers address the behaviors of pupils, and address their own experiences, LWCF funds the support provided by Zoia Podorozhna, a Ukrainian clinical psychologist now living in Maryland. Zoia shares with us the impact that war can have on students and teachers.

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A Recent Visit to DSCC in Nairobi

Board members recently had a visit to the Dorothy Schwartz Community Centre in Nairobi. They observed classes, visited new classrooms, had a visit from some special guests, and much more!

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An Improbable Entrepreneur

In 2008 Miriamu Staford suffered a horrible attack. In an effort to earn money for herself and her son she learned how to knit sweaters and now sells them. Read more about Miriam's inspiring story and how you can support her business.

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A Letter from the Director – Year End 2023

The Board of Living Water Children’s Fund has demonstrated the courage to CHANGE THE THINGS WE CAN. The accomplishments of LWCF include providing scholarships to deserving children, many once homeless and living on the street, and others living in extreme poverty.

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“In their words” – A first hand account from Ukraine

This first hand account was written by a 14 year old the refugee student in Ukraine that LWCF is working to support. This student was evacuated from Mykolayiv city in southern Ukraine which currently has no electricity or water supply and is in ruins.

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