Significant circumstances require focussed responses. Unexpected crises, natural disasters, vital equipment breaking down – all these could create huge challenges for the day-to-day care of the children we serve, particularly in countries that already face the challenges of political instability, regional conflict or the effects of climate change.

Occasionally, the ‘significant’ situation is simply the sheer scale of needs that we encounter. Our field partners want to do more, in an economic environment where money doesn’t buy what it used to – where they constantly look to God to enable a few “loaves and fishes” to feed another desperately needy child or single mother.

With few of the safety nets that we have in the UK available in these challenging countries, these human beings, equally loved by God, need our support. In order to respond faithfully to these unplanned needs, we launch special appeals and ask our supporters to pray! 

Spring 2018 - Share the Love

Say “I believe in you!” to an orphan or vulnerable child. There’s no more rewarding way to say “I love you” – in any language – than to give the gift of hope to a vulnerable child in God's name.

Read the story of “Baby John”, our little “lost boy” who was brought to Kids Alive Lilato Children’s Home in Zambia. He's just one of the thousands who, through your investment, can experience a resurrection of hope! Help us deliver that hope! CLICK HERE

Vital Resourcing Appeal 

Protect - Care - Prepare

Launced in 2016, this is an ongoing appeal inviting you to help us support some of the fundamental needs of the children we care for.

Physical protection, clean water, food, education and vocational training - all of these contribute to a whole, productive life.

This is a general appeal rather than being dedicated to any one project or country - and we will then assign funds to the most pressing needs.

Read more and donate here.

Syrian Refugee Children Appeal

In a crisis that started in the Spring of 2011, a whole generation of Syria’s refugee children is in jeopardy. In the countries bordering Syria - including Lebanon – assistance with health, nutrition and shelter takes priority over educating Syria’s kids. In Lebanon, less than a quarter of Syrian children are enrolled in formal education.

Kids Alive Lebanon has, in the name of Jesus Christ, been rescuing and helping vulnerable kids in Beirut for more than 65 years! They’re used to the effects of war, violence and poverty on these children. But the mix of other nation’s kids in one place is a wonderful expression of what it means to be part of a ‘global community’ - even if it is under challenging conditions!

At Dar El Awlad, Kids Alive Lebanon already helps over 50 Syrian refugee children and their families. In 2014, they adapted buildings to make classrooms to take more Syrian kids into theirschool programmes. But they need help from Kids Alive International’s partners around the world. More

Medical Appeal

Medical care is just one of the vital wayin which Hope for Kids International, with our Kids Alive International partners, helps restore children and communities towards wholeness.

Despite determined global progress in reducing child deaths as a result of the United Nations Millenium Development Goals initiative, in sub-Saharan Africa, one in nine children dies before the age of five, more than 16 times the average for developed regions.

Click here to find out more.

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