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Smile Foundation Kenya (SFK) is a registered nonprofit organization that works with street children and families in Kenya, to better their lives with the aim of enabling them to exit successfully from the streets. Founded in 2013, SFK provides children and families on the street with innovative solutions such as: education and training opportunities….
COVID-19 Emergency FundPartner with us today to support homeless families in response to the Covid-19 pandemic$5,200.00 donated of $1,000.00 goalDonate
Empowering Street WomenWomen Empowerment Smile Foundation Kenya restores the dignity of homeless street girls/women through mentorship and economic empowerment which in turn enables them to support themselves and their children.$0.00 donated of $2,000.00 goalDonate
Street TalentThis program provides an opportunity to gifted homeless street children to pursue their talents, dreams and aspirations and forego a life of crime, drug abuse and other social vices.$0.00 donated of $500.00 goalDonate
Economic EmpowermentSmile Foundation Kenya inspires and supports organized groups of homeless street children/families to explore unique initiatives that enable them to stand out from the rest with their innovative income generating initiatives.$0.00 donated of $400.00 goalDonate
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Ingwe Ladies and Wazito Fc CSR.Smile Foundation Kenya 2016 events. Ingwe Ladies and Wazito Fc CSR. Smile Foundation Kenya 2016 events. Friendly Soccer Game; Smile…
Inspiring Fresh Hope
Smile Foundation Kenya
Working to achieve a secured future through economic empowerment, skill and talent development for street children and families
Our Impact since 2013
Some of our success stories
SFK registered 6 street groups (bases) as Self Help Groups and funded their projects. Each group has a minimum of 30 members
Peace and conflict resolutionPeace and conflict resolution between rival street groups, and also between the community members and street groups around Kware, Nairobi area, which was achieved through peace talks and negotiations.
Reunited 25 street children with their familiesIn 2015 to 2016 Smile Foundation Kenya rescued and reunited 25 street children with their families under the street children development program.
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We serve two target groups; the first group that we serve is street children under the age of 18 years, both boys and girls whom we rescue from the streets, thereafter settle them with their families, relatives or a carefully recruited caregiver, we help them access high quality education and medical care, and also identify and nurture their skills and talents with intentions of securing their future.