Dear Global Roots supporters,
We currently have two emergency projects that must be funded this fall.
The first is the Rescue Center for Carole Nangeya’s runaway Maasai girls in Kilgoris, Kenya. This urgent project sits outside our main thrust of building greenhouses and chicken-egg coups, but it is so important that we can’t just look the other [...]
I have been following the work of Global Roots for over a year and I recently volunteered to help this innovative children’s charity support a brave Maasai woman who is fighting to keep 72 Maasai girls in school and protect them from the human rights violation of female genital mutilation and forced marriage.
I will [...]
We invite young people across the USA to create fundraisers at their schools to finance a Children’s Garden in a place that they would like to visit on an all-expense-paid service trip!
Contact Maddie at Global Roots to gain the tools you need to start a club at your high school or a chapter of Global [...]
Due to the success of our Children’s Garden and Foster Home Program in Baharak, we have been invited to create a second Children’s Garden in the nearby city of Faizabad. The following video was brought back by our founder when he conducted an oversight mission to Afghanistan in April, 2013. Please watch this video and review [...]
Without food, children can’t begin to love…and without emotional support, children — even the well fed ones — can turn into monsters.
Global Roots brings support to local humanitarians who are already helping children — usually by erecting a state-of-the-art, drip-system greenhouse with adjoining chicken egg pens.
Our greenhouses give neglected children a chance to commune with [...]
Global Roots has worked with local humanitarians to plant Children’s Gardens in several of the world’s most dangerous regions — including Badakhshan, Afghanistan.
We traveled to Afghanistan for the first time in 2010 to meet Janagha Jaheed, a local humanitarian who had made a name for himself building schools in places where schools had never existed. [...]
Bill Yosses — Executive Pastry Chef, the White House, writer and food philanthropist.
Bill has met with us on several occasions to discuss ways to share the “science of nutrition” with children both inside and outside the USA. Bill is currently an ambassador for the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” initiative.
“I am happy to be working with [...]