Building Sustainable Communities:

One Family at a Time

9.2% of the World's Population Lives on Less than $2.15 per Day.

We believe that by giving them a hand up, we can change that number! Teaching families how to grow their own gardens and raise their own food is the answer. Along with implementing community-owned projects, our local community directors help facilitate comprehensive programs addressing the challenges of food, water, education, and health.

When a family is struggling with how to eat, nothing else matters. Day after day, their thoughts are driven by the same fear. How will I feed my children?

Women in extreme poverty can walk an average of 6 hours every single day to access water…and it’s not even clean water. They are at risk of disease.

Education is everything when we are working to end poverty. If a family is living on less than $2 a day, where will they find funds to send their kids to school?

Nutrition, hygiene, and mental health support are critical for each member of a family to thrive. In rural communities, the challenge is how to reach the individual.

What's Happening Now

Imagine a world without hunger, where families everywhere have the skills to grow their own food with sustainable Garden Towers + access to Clean Water

What is a Garden Tower?

A Garden Tower is a simple, sustainable, and scalable way to teach families how to grow their own food.


Garden Towers are made from shade fabric that is easily found all over the world. They are 4 feet tall, and 2 1/2 feet in diameter, and can be built on any surface as long as there is adequate soil with access to water nearby.


A Garden Tower can be used for up to 10 years when taken care of correctly. It can be rebuilt with new soil, replanted with seedlings, and provide up to 1500 meals per year for a family of 5 when they use our Garden Tower system.


Garden Towers can be used by individuals, schools, families, and communities to grow food. They can accommodate 120 plants and require 30% less water than traditional in-ground gardening. They can be grown in urban areas, rural areas, and anything in between.

Stewardship & Self-Reliance

When a family works together to grow food, they are able to use the savings from not buying vegetables on other needs. They can start businesses selling excess vegetables to their neighbors. They are able to increase their incomes and rise above the extreme poverty line.

Our Impact Since 2015*


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Expedition Travelers

*Numbers updated quarterly

What Impact Does Your Donation Make?

100% of your donation goes to provide Sustainable Food, Clean Water, Education, and Health to families in need.

Sustainable Food

We provide two garden towers to each family, along with the training and mentoring that teaches them to grow their own food. From there, we help them start businesses in raising chickens or goats. This increases their income from selling vegetables, eggs, and milk.

Clean Water

The first level of support is a water tank to capture rainwater, reducing the number of trips that a woman or girl has to take to a dirty river. Then, we focus on bringing clean water to the community by protecting springs and drilling boreholes.


Through our school fees program, students are able to finish high school and start on a path out of poverty through education. In our training centers we provide business development, reproductive health, and mental health classes.


Our HopeKit provides reproductive health training and reusable feminine hygiene to women and girls in the families we work with. The HopeSaC is a fabric thermal cooker that reduces the amount of time women spend over the fire cooking.

Where We Have Helped

100 Humanitarians International works primarily in East Africa. We have partnered on the Garden Tower Project with The USANA Foundation and humanitarian organizations in other countries who are established and have similar missions to help families achieve
self-reliance through growing their own food.


Partner Testimonial

This has been the most significant partnership we have ever made, and I am truly grateful for the 100 Humanitarians team, and how they have been so diligent and responsible for solving food security crisis in Kenya.

Brian Paul, President of The USANA Foundation

Expeditions to Kenya

Several times a year, 100 Humanitarians International takes people like you on service trips to Kenya. Our expeditions combine service projects that support Sustainable Food, Clean Water, Education, and Health, along with Cultural Immersion with the local tribes, and an EPIC Safari in the #1 Safari destination in the world.

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Expedition Testimonial

There is something that happens to people when they serve together, when you share a common purpose. Even though we are different in many ways, we are on when we serve with clarity of heart. I am changed forever.

Mary Crafts, Mary Crafts, Inc.

Blogs & Media

Read about what 100 Humanitarians International is doing.

100 Humanitarians International was recently featured in Christian Science Monitor for our Garden Tower program.

The Garden Tower Project is very comprehensive, and consists of 5 steps that are critical to make it successful.

When people hear that we are doing humanitarian work in Kenya, we get flooded with a myriad of questions.

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100 Humanitarians International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS, and all donations to 100 Humanitarians International are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. EIN #82-1048388

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