Gifts of Generosity

Every year we receive gifts from friends and family.  Some gifts we love…and some gifts we wish we had the return receipt on!  Every gift is eventually last year’s gadget or goes out of style.  The one gift you can give that never goes out of style is GENEROSITY.

Your gift will help children in Kenya receive the physical and emotional care they need to achieve their dreams. We have three opportunities this year for you to give a gift to a loved one that will not only delight them — it will fill a need for one of the children in our care in Kenya.

Make a Donation in Your Friend or Loved One’s Name

Your donation will directly benefit the care of the children. We have provided a page you can print out to include in a card for your loved one explaining a gift was made in their name to Light Up Hope. Click here for the pdf


  • A donation of $100 can pay secondary school fees for 1 month
  • $66 can provide for all the care needs of one child for 1 month
  • $25 can provide school fees for one primary students for 1 year
  • $20 can provide for food for one child for one month

or by check to Light Up Hope PO BOX 189 Broomfield, CO 80038


“Karina & Zoe”  Momma & Baby Doll $15

Each doll is handmade in Kenya by mothers living in the slums of Nairobi.  By purchasing one of these dolls not only are you supporting orphans, but also talented mothers – giving them the opportunity to have food and an education for their child.


Each doll has yarn hair and a dress made from traditional African fabrics
Each doll has a baby strapped into its back in the traditional African style
Each doll has a baby strapped into its back in the traditional African style


Light Up Hope Note Cards $20

8 ct – 4×6 full color note cards with four artful designs each created from original artwork by the children in Kenya.  Blank inside, includes envelopes. $20.00 ($17.50 of every purchase will directly benefit the care of the children) CLICK HERE TO ORDER>>

Front of Card – blank inside.

Back of Card – shows the Kenya students who created the cover art