Help Save the Kids serves the border region of Thailand/Burma. With a breakthrough children’s program we receive broken children that have been exposed to the great injustices that come from living in regions under civil war. Through education, love, learning to dream, and providing hope, we see the children’s potentials fulfilled.

Our aim is to strengthen this community development, create a sustainable environment and reproduce the model in many areas of South East Asia.

Our Vision

Our vision is to impact South East Asia and nations beyond. We seek freedom for all through education, training, and inner development. We seek freedom for both oppressor and oppressed. We aim to establish a sustainable community with a global focus on social justice and environment.

Matt 5:44 But here is what I tell you. Love your enemies. Pray for those who hurt you.

Isaiah 1:17 Learn to do good; seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow.

Our Mission

Communities that lack education and social freedoms struggle to survive and often live without hope for an improved future. Help Save The Kids seeks to reduce poverty along the border and create safe living environments for children and families. Our aim is to train students to build a Sustainable Living Centre that can be replicated along the border of Thailand/Burma. In training students with this skill set, they will be able to thrive in their communities as well as revive and stimulate local economy.

Support The Mission

Your gift will equip Help Save the Kids to create a Sustainable Living Community Development.

Partner with us to change lives, communities, and countries through training and educating youth for sustainable living in poverty regions of Southeast Asia.


Your gift will equip Help Save the Kids to create a Sustainable Living Community Development.

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