Ending Global Hunger: One Family at a Time

The hunger crisis is massive. Together, we can solve it. Whether you give once, or become a monthly giver, know that 100% of your donations will go towards bringing families out of extreme poverty.

700 Million People Live on Less than $1.90 per Day

We believe that sustainable work is locally-led. Along with implementing community-owned projects, our local community directors help facilitate comprehensive programs addressing the challenges of food, water, education, and health.

Sustainable Food

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?

Clean Water

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 in Kenya when we are working to end poverty. If a family is living on less than $2 a day, where will the 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 Kenya, the challenge is how to reach the individual. 

Sponsor a Family

 The first promise we made is a promise we still keep today: 100% of all public donations go to help families.

For $22/month, you can help one family each year rise above the poverty line of $1.90 per day!
Your donation provides:

2 Garden Towers to learn how to grow their own vegetables
A 1000 liter water storage tank to capture rainwater
5 chickens to start a business to raise chickens and sell eggs

Our Impact

Garden Towers

Water Projects


Hygiene Kits

Get Involved

We rely on donors and volunteers to keep 100 Humanitarians International moving forward! There are four ways to get involved. 

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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