IPI Partners with the following organizations:
PARTNERS IN THE US
IPI-US was the first partner with IPI-Kenya. IPI-US raises funds to assist in the operation of IPI-K programs and trainings and provides support and input to IPI-Kenya. IPI-US, a 501(c)3 organization, also acts as a conduit for other organizations and individuals wishing to support IPI-K activities.
Summit Bank and Trust
Students Shoulder to Shoulder
SStS, a group of thoughtful, hardworking, globally-aware high school students, made their first service trip to IPI in Meru, Kenya in June 2009 and have returned every summer. They provide funding and part of the labor for a variety of projects for the Amani Home. Working alongside locals, they built goat pens, chicken coops, rabbit pens, and a greenhouse. They completed a water project and laid an irrigation system on 2 acres of IPI’s farmland, which is providing food for the Amani Home during the current drought.
Beads 4 Peace
Technology Partners, Denver
Silver Creek High School (Peace and Service to Africa Club)
Wester Case Reserve University, Ohio
PARTNERS IN EUROPE
Ecologia Youth Trust - This UK organization has provided volunteers for our projects, sponsors for some of our children, and created women's employment groups in Meru.
KORI, The Vessel of UK
Soroptimist International Club of St Albans and District, UK
PARTNERS IN AFRICA
Kenya Urithi Education Fund
Skansen brought life to a young IPI when they committed to providing the buildings for the Amani Community Homes for children orphaned by AIDS.
Chris Skansen, owner (angel?), found IPI online in 2006 and made a personal contact to IPI and the relationship has flourished ever since.
Alpine Initiatives, started by extreme skiers and snowboarders who wanted to “give back” to the world, began partnering with IPI-K in 2008. AI funded and built the kitchen, organic gardens and permaculture landscaping at the Amani Community Home. The following they built the dining room. Their youth, energy, commitment, and “green” brilliance will help IPI’s work continue for generations.
Special thanks to Mike Goldwater for the use of many of these images. www.mikegoldwater.com