Coronavirus Crisis Emergency Relief Fund

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Donate today to help us continue to support children in need throughout the coronavirus crisis.

The coronavirus pandemic has touched every corner of the globe. While the Living Water Children’s Fund team remains home, safe and healthy, our hearts and minds are with the Living Water Children around the world who do not have access to the resources we do, like food, clean water, and the ability to socially distance.

The breakfast program at the Dorothy Schwartz Community Centre in Kenya provided a nutritious meal to students already living with food insecurity. This program is temporarily suspended while schools are closed due to the coronavirus crisis, and the need for food assistance has increased.


Living Water Children’s Fund continues to work towards our mission of helping children in need. We have shifted our focus to providing emergency supplies, filling needs identified by program partners on the ground who have the ability to procure needed resources like food, gloves, masks and other supplies and deliver them in a safe manner.

Food relief distribution by LWCF parters and team members on the ground in Haiti and Tanzania.


With the generosity of our supporters, we will be able to continue meeting the basic needs of Living Water Children in a time when their situation is even more dire.   100% of donations made through this campaign will go towards this effort, providing food and other needed supplies for the children of Living Water in Kenya, Tanzania, Haiti, and Guatemala. We have the commitment of two generous donors who have pledged to match the next $2000 in donations to this fund so when you give now, your impact will double.

Thank you for your kindness and generosity in this difficult time. Getting through this crisis will truly take a village, and with your support, we can continue to have an impact on the beautiful children of Living Water throughout this crisis.