How our projects in Africa have a lasting impact on society.
We give needy orphans and homeless children in Uganda a new family, a home and access to education. We support age-appropriate education for children and young adults. So that they can build a better future for themselves. For them, for their country, for a slightly better world.
How your donation moves mountains and how I guarantee that every cent will benefit our protégés.
Every donation has the potential to change the world. Every donation goes 100 per cent to the beneficiaries. Two criteria are taken into account when utilising the funds: the sustainability of the project and the greatest possible positive impact.
Particular attention is paid to supporting the poorest of the poor, with a focus on education, as this has the greatest impact.
Impact on the community
The local population is involved in our projects. All teachers and staff come from the neighbouring communities. This promotes an understanding of the value and benefits of education.
Impact on society
We promote sustainable economic development and help children to become responsible and educated citizens. Education, sustainable economic development and disease prevention contribute a great deal to favourably influencing demographic development in Africa.
Do you have any questions?
We have the answers.
All advertising and fundraising expenses are paid privately by the founder of Kids of Africa, Burkhard Varnholt – as his own donation to the project, so to speak.
Fill in the form on our website and transfer the amount you have chosen. We offer the following payment methods:
- Credit card
- Bank transfer
If you wish, we will be happy to issue you with a donation receipt. In this case, please select “Yes, I would like a donation receipt for my tax return” on the form.
The organisation is unconditionally committed to its purpose. Every single donation flows directly into the project and thus reaches the children in some form. The administrative costs are kept to a minimum. No salaries or fees are paid to the members. The work involved in marketing, communication and fundraising is also often donated in kind.