Please help us understand more about you!

Our Kenyan Kids believes in its partners' ability to make a difference in the lives of children & youth affected by poverty.   Our partners are made up of several groups of people.   

First, there are the folks like you, who give their time and resources to make Our Kenyan Kids a reality.  It all began because someone handed Doug Warren some funds to take with him on his first trip to Kenya.  And from that seed, an entire organization grew.  

Second, there are our partners in Kenya who help us know what is needed, act as our hands and feet 'on the ground' and make the programs happen.  These are the people like Gladwell Ngunjiri at Nairobi Children's Rescue Centre, who, when asked how Doug could put that seed money to its best use, responded that the greatest need was "more people to love the children."    

Third, there are volunteers in Canada who help to put on events, handle the administration of the organization and bring our supporters and Kenyan partners together for the benefit of all.  Please take a few moments to let us know how Our Kenyan Kids fits into your life and what we can do together to make a difference in the life of one more child... and then another... and then another....

* 1. Please rate your familiarity with the following Our Kenyan Kids programs and partners (current and past).

  Not at all familiar Slightly familiar Somewhat familiar Moderately familiar Extremely familiar
Necessities – providing food and nutritional supplements, medical supplies, medication, and other basic supplies.
Education – providing scholarships, bursaries, awards and other forms of financial assistance to enable students to continue in school.
Skills Training – supporting training for the purpose of developing skills needed for employment and self-employment in professions, vocations, industries, crafts and trades.
Encouragement & Support – providing assistance to children, youth and young adults who are suffering from the effects of poverty and HIV/AIDS infection, without regard to their faith, ethnic origin, social class or world view.
Amazing Grace Children's Home
Gathaithi Orphans and Vulnerable Children’s Centre and Primary School
Hope House Babies Home
Kawangware Sponsored Tailoring Project
Nairobi Children's Rescue Centre (previously called Nairobi Children's Home)
Partners for Life
Scholarships/Bursaries for individuals in need of support to continue/further their education
St John Ambulance
Usueni Girls Secondary School

* 2. To what extent would you trust Our Kenyan Kids to undertake each of the activities listed?

  No experience / prefer not to answer No trust Low degree of trust Moderate degree of trust High degree of trust
Provide financial support to meet children’s needs at a group home or orphanage.  (I.E. - food, caregivers, counselling, education, health needs, etc.)
Provide scholarships / bursaries for individuals to attend various educational programs.
Building or renovating infrastructure needed for our partners' programs.  (I.E. digging a well, building a dining hall, renovating a kitchen, etc.)
Providing selenium supplements, healthcare, counselling and homecare support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Use donated funds appropriately.
Always act in the best interest of the cause.

* 3. Please rate your level of agreement with the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Disagree Somewhat disagree Neither agree or disagree Somewhat agree Agree Strongly agree
A donation to Our Kenyan Kids makes an impact in the life of a child in Kenya.
I enjoy participating in / attending Our Kenyan Kids fundraising events.
I would prefer to make a donation rather than go to various fundraising events.
I would like to travel to Kenya with Our Kenyan Kids one day.
Our Kenyan Kids recognizes their donors appropriately.
I would like to hear more about what is happening in the lives of Our Kenyan Kids' partners in Kenya through Open Meetings.
I would like to hear more about what is happening in the lives of Our Kenyan Kids' partners in Kenya through the website (ourkenyankids.com), Facebook or other social media.
I would like to hear more about what is happening in the lives of Our Kenyan Kids' partners in Kenya via email.
I would like to hear more about what is happening in the lives of Our Kenyan Kids' partners in Kenya via newsletters sent in the regular mail.
I am planning on making a donation to Our Kenyan Kids in the next 12 months.

* 4. If you have ever made a donation to Our Kenyan Kids, what prompted you to do so?

* 5. How often do you want to hear from our organization about fundraising?

* 6. Is there anything else you would like us to know about your experience with Our Kenyan Kids?

* 7. What is your age?

* 8. Please rate the level of financial burden that giving to charity places on your household:

* 9. What is your gender?

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