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Welcome to Karibuni Children!

Karibuni Children is a UK Registered Charity. We aim to raise awareness about the plight of children living on the streets and in the slums in areas of urban and rural poverty in Kenya; and to raise money to support projects to meet their needs.
We are conscious of the importance of tight governance, so Trustees visit all our largest projects annually; we require annual budgets and regular reporting throughout the year; we have a local representative who works with the projects throughout the year.

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You can help our cause by buying products in our online shop or perhaps sending a charity gift

Get involved

You may want to raise money organising a fundraising event, give an illustrated talk about our work, help at or visit one of the Karibuni events, assist with the general running of the charity

See the projects we support

We support projects which are run in Kenya by Kenyans, and provide food, medical care, clothing, education and when necessary a home, all in a loving environment

Latest short interviews

George Mwabu introduces two of the young people who were sponsored by Karibuni in their education, Philip and Jane

Meet Philip

Meet Jane

Latest News

Thank You. We have managed to raise over £40,000!

In just over a month, with the inclusion of Gift Aid, we have managed to raise over £40,000. This really is a wonderful result, and reflective of the loyalty and generosity of you, our supporters. Dear Supporters,I hope that this message finds you, and those close to you, keeping safe and well in these exceedingly difficult times.A month or so ago I wrote to you, our loyal supporters, regarding the impact of the pandemic in Kenya with the closure of schools and danger that posed to Karibuni sponsored children with the loss of their main source of food and nutrition. […]

Feeding our sponsored children: news from Kenya

One of our partner projects, where we sponsor 80 children, is at Njoro, near Nakuru, 100 miles northwest of Nairobi.  Responding to news of Karibuni’s emergency grant for April, Henry Nteere, who chairs the project says: “We now know one thing for a fact and that is most of the parents/guardians of these children are no longer able to get the usual menial jobs they used to depend on for livelihood. This is because many of the people that used to give them those jobs are now at home or are working from home and therefore doing their domestic chores […]

Can you do the maths?

For any one child currently, from age 3 at nursery, to the end of tertiary education around 19 years later, the costs mount up.

All our products are ethically sourced and produced.
All the profit goes directly towards helping the children we support in Kenya. 

Charity Gifts


  • Hand Embroidered Card – 70th Birthday card

    £3.00
  • Mighty Meals for one month

    £10.00
  • Kenyan patchwork bag

    £20.00