[column span=”span8″ alignment=””]
Cultural connections help children grow up to be global citizens
For the forgotten children of western Kenya, a simple thing such as receiving a letter from the outsideworld or learning games, stories, and the language of another culture is a small miracle.
And for children around the world, the opportunity to learn some Swahili words and try Kenyan foods, games, music, and arts and crafts is an exciting adventure.
Camp Ohana’s cultural experience program brings great rewards to every child who participates, whether they are from Kenya or North America or Europe. Today, schools in Canada, the US, and Spain are part of the Camp Ohana Culture Club, with new schools joining all the time.
By becoming pen pals and trying new cultural activities, children in Kenya and around the world can learn about each other, experience new cultures, and develop friendships to last a lifetime.
A monthly micro-donation of just $5 can help us bring this program to more schools around the world.