Learn more about our projects and initiatives, funded by our generous sponsors and donors, which help to support children in need throughout the world to flourish in a caring environment.

LWCF in Africa

Living Water Children’s Centre(LWCC), Tanzania

Orphaned and at-risk children cared for by LWCC progress through Yakini Primary and the new Yakini Secondary School. The campus in Kisongo includes dorms, classrooms, labs, offices, and a new, state-of-the-art LWCF-funded playground. The teachers and staff are dedicated to preparing students for success in school and beyond.

Albinism in Africa

Persons with Albinism are at high risk in East Africa, where the condition is prevalent. Because they are the victims of vile superstitions perpetrated by witch doctors, children are in the most danger. LWCF is now housing, educating, and guarding 15 children with Albinism and we are supporting more in regional centers.

Sherry Fine and Joanne McManus Academies, Tanzania

SFA and JMA are primary schools educating children, ages 4–7, including orphans and some with special needs. LWCF support has been critical in the schools’ development and expansion.

Dorothy Schwartz Community Centre (DSCC), Kenya

DSCC is a school in a Nairobi slum. LWCF supports its 450 students with a breakfast program, school supplies, and furniture. Currently, 36 promising students from DSCC are being sponsored in secondary school by LWCF.

LWCF in Haiti

Micro Loans for Haitian Mothers

Help Living Water Children’s Fund provide support for 7 micro loans of $150 to mothers of children with disabilities in through Pazapa’s Ti Commerce micro loan program.

Eagle School - Jacmel, Haiti

Eagle School teaches youth in the southern coastal town of Jacmel. The children at Eagle get a solid foundation as they begin their education. The staff is nurturing and caring. LWCF has assisted with school supplies, and construction materials. There are opportunities to sponsor children who would otherwise not be in school.

SAKALA - Cité Soleil, Port au Prince, Haiti

The SAKALA Project is located in the notorious slum of Cité Soleil in Port au Prince. Started in 2006, SAKALA blends sports with youth leadership education, after school activities, gardening, community development, and peace education in a safe environment. The focus of the project is to divert young slum residents from the influence of gangs. LWCF has supplied a computer lab and sports equipment. SAKALA is staffed by a determined team of young men and women dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk children and ultimately to improving their country.

LWCF in Guatemala

LWCF supports several sites and programs in Guatemala including Casa Guatemala school, Cada Niño after-school program, Fundaniño orphanage, and our own PAGES educational sponsorship program.


Special Projects

Online Learning for Ukraine's Refugee Children

More than half of Ukraine’s children have been displaced from their homes since February. Help Living Water Children’s Fund provide electronic devices and other supplies for access to online learning at Sokal Lyceum, a school providing teachers for classes through the Online Lviv Regional School for Refugees.

Sparking Joy Through Play

LWCF’s Sparking Joy Through Play initiative seeks to lift the spirits of children in need through the joy of play. 

LWCF in Myanmar

LWCF has supported multiple sites and initiatives in Myanmar including, funding for education, ethics and self-development programs, and vocational opportunities. 

Special Projects – Past and Present

Through generous grants from Belizean Grove, a New York based philanthropic group and continued donations from our supporters, LWCF has also been able to support:

  • prosthetics project in Haiti, giving a life-changing gift to children with limb loss.
  • An art creation program in Haiti’s Cite Soleil slum, developing skills, and making trash into profitable treasure.
  • Appropriate clothing and self-care training for children with albinism in Tanzania’s special settlements.
  • Latrines, showers, a retaining wall, building material, and flood relief at an orphanage in Myanmar.
  • Sex education training and sanitary pads in the Mukuru slum in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Child Refugees on the Border






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