What we can do
Only with your help is our work possible! Through your support, orphaned children receive a home through the most critical stage of their lives. Each donation to Streetkids International e.V. is tax deductible.
Why people choose us
We support socially-disadvantaged children
We have made it our mission to help the poorest of the poor in Tanzania. We have four orphanages, a school and a Montessori Kindergarten with a Day Care Center in Mwandege.
We give orphans a home
The children live with foster parents under one roof. Just like in a big family. Our top priority is to to give our children a home. Through affection, love and care we also give them a future in which they can live independent, happy, healthy lives. We place great importance on health and hygiene, education, training and providing the orphans with a daily routine.
Where your donations go
As a non-profit organisation, we at Streetkids International e.V. are dependent on your donations. With your support, our children receive a home and support through the most critical stage of their lives. Each donation to Streetkids International e.V. is tax deductible.
With your donation you pave the way for our work in the orphanages and educational institutions: You give the children a home, the opportunity to grow up with their peers, and the chance for a school education, balanced nutrition and medical care. Join in!
Meet our volunteers
There are so many ways to support us! Wendy, Bianca, Natalia and Marisa are the best examples -
they support us in our Frankfurt office.
If you are interested, write to them with your questions!
Children are our most valuable asset, they are our future and we should do everything within our power to protect them and ensure they are doing well.
I am happy to be able to support as an ambassador for Streetkids International as I believe every aid project is only as good as its creator. Daniel Preuss and his team have convinced me with their professionalism and passion, this is what unbureaucratic direct help looks like. I visited Tanzania and can only say: “Respect for this dedication”