World Concern - Help Transform Nkaroni, KENYA

Sarah Sponcil

Official World Concern Partner
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Sarah's Story

When you ask someone “When you think of sports, what comes to mind?” Many would say, “I love to play, it’s fun, or I love to watch it.” As all of that is quite true, there is so much more to it. To me, sports are about family, community, unity, hope, and opportunity. By joining sports, children instantly have this sense of belonging, this sense of purpose, and a vision for a better future. It gave me that! Sport is so powerful beyond the field of play. It has the power to be a bridge to all people across the globe, and I’ve realized it truly has the power to transform lives.

After being appointed an ambassador for World Concern at the end of last year, I was able to share my beliefs about sports, that sports are at the service of humanity and can literally transform lives in the process. World Concern already had an arsenal of humanitarian programs to help the most poverty-stricken people on the planet, giving them hope and opportunity, and transforming lives. Our missions were aligned, and it has led us all to Kenya! - Sarah Sponcil

World Concern is proud to welcome USA Olympian Sarah Sponcil as one of its global ambassadors. In partnership with Sarah, World Concern is bringing clean water, education, sustainable farming & livestock practices, and the life-saving message of Christ to the people of Kenya.

Read more about Sarah’s trip to Kenya HERE

Nkaroni Needs

Clean Water

You’ll empower villagers to find and build innovative solutions to the water crisis.

Economic Empowerment

Parents will learn job skills, join savings groups, and be empowered to support their children.

Food & Nutrition

Farming and livestock training will enable families to have ample nutritious food year-round.

Spiritual Transformation

You’ll support local church leaders and bring the hope of Christ to Nkaroni.

Local Story

Murante’s Story … in Her Own Words

In yester-years, I was very excited about life. We had lots of livestock and rain was falling twice a year. Those were my best times. I enjoyed life.

When my husband died, life got tougher – he was the breadwinner and he knew many ways to get food for our family. Now that he isn’t around, the task is on me. It has been challenging.

People don’t get food easily here.

Several times my children have gone to bed hungry. It’s a bad thing to experience. It’s quite disturbing to me as a mother.

I hope that one day my children will live a very good life and they will have enough livestock and good families.

Become a Monthly Partner

Your monthly gift of $39 will meet physical and spiritual needs and bring lasting change to the families in this village. Join the transformation in Nkaroni today!

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