What we do

At Save a Life, we believe that everyone has a chance...
Who we are

Save a Life. We are men and women, boys and girls, guardians, brothers and sisters – keepers driven by the will to see change, make a change, and deliver solutions to who the world has thrown away, shunned and turned its back to.

We are people who sees the need in the world and want to get up and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. We are working with the youth from slums and with street children. We are bringing water to the thirsty, bringing hope to the hopeless, and feeding the hungry. Our main goal is to empower the youth with right skills and motivate them into greatness!

You may have met us doing rounds in streets like Eastleigh, Nairobi where we talk to street families on topics like drug and substance abuse, sex education, and sexually transmitted diseases. We also educate them on the importance of protection and abstinence.

How we do it

Our organization is run by a passionate team of volunteers. We need your help.

Make A Donation

Since our inception, Save a Life has been supported mainly by donations from well-wishers. We need your donation to keep the organization running. It's not how much you give, but how much love goes into the giving!


We could always use an extra hand. If you can, please join our team.

Spread the Word

Be vocal and spread our cause to your friends, family and on social media. Create Awareness!


We often hold fundraisers, events, activities, walks and talks. Be present!


Partner with us in whatever capacity you can. Together, we can do more!

Putting those smiles on their faces
  • With your very kind donations, Save a Life handed Ksh. 120,000 to Mama Brian for her son, Brian's medical bill. Thank you so much!

    - Mama Brian

  • We continue to save lives. Thank you all for supporting Baba Caroline to cater for his medical bill. God bless you all.

    - Baba Caroline

  • Together, Save a Life helped Anastacia to offset her outstanding medical bill at The Karen Hospital. Thanks for your support!

    - Anastacia

  • We handed a cheque worth Ksh. 250,000 to Stephen Otieno. Otieno has suffered for the last 15 years with tropical ulcers.

    - Mr. Stephen Otieno

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