Our Projects


JWHS Crisis Center
Working with children and communities to address the needs of orphaned and abandoned children and reunite families in and around Nakuru, Kenya
We take in orphaned and abandoned children and care for them while we search for, identify, and help to prepare families to reunite with their children in a supportive way.

Friends Across the Ocean
Developing cultural awareness and fostering friendships.
The Student and Adult Travel Courses are designed to assist U.S. students and adults in traveling to Kenya to gain first-hand experience of life in this developing country. Service Journeys helps us advance our work in Kenya with your assistance in your area of expertise.

Artisan Support
Purchases African art for resale to support African Artisans and generate revenue for Expanding Opportunities.
Aina Moja (Kiswahili for “One of a Kind”) is a business venture developed as a means to assist the mission of Expanding Opportunities through the sale of African crafts and artwork created by African artisans. Purchase of the hand crafted items supports the struggling artists of Kenya, Africa. Sale of the items supports the missions of Expanding Opportunities.

Camp Forest
Maine day camp that teaches outdoor living skills and wildnerness appreciation.
Camp Forest is a day and expedition camp in Brooks, Maine for children 7-17 years of age. Camp Forest serves the community through teaching children to respect, preserve, and protect the environment by nurturing an appreciation of the earth and all it has to offer. Camp Forest also teaches non-violent ways to resolve conflicts between people and between people and the environment.

Gordon Clem Study Center
Bringing informal and technical education to rural areas, GCSC provides library resources and local expertise to local and expat community members in Mang’u, Kenya.