Kindle's Values and PurposeKindle Orphan Outreach (KINDLE) is a local Christian, charitable, non-denominational, non-profit, non-government organization established in Malawi in 2000 and registered as a Trust in 2002. KINDLE is an acronym for “Kids In Need Deserve Love and Encouragement”, and was founded from the desire to bring the light of Christ’s hope to orphans, vulnerable children, and their guardians. We work with communities to support orphans and vulnerable children to reach their full potential as productive members of society.

KINDLE03Our Purpose

Kindle is a biblically mandated Christian organization whose purpose is directed in James 1:27, which states

“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress.”

Kindle addresses the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of orphans, vulnerable children, and their guardians within their community. Kindle’s specific aims are twofold:

1. To inspire and support orphans and vulnerable children towards lives of hope, reaching their full potential as compassionate and productive members of society, driven by a vision of community empowerment

2. To provide education and support specifically designed to assist guardians to be able to adequately nurture orphaned and vulnerable children within their community

IMG_1506Our Core Values

  • To show Christ-like love and encouragement
  • To have integrity, shown through accountability and resource management
  • To focus on the welfare of the child, with impartiality and respect for all
  • To develop sustainable community participation

KINDLE68Our Vision

We are inspired by the vision of:

  • Orphans and vulnerable children with spiritual, physical, mental, social and economic well-being
  • Nurtured by loving and supportive guardians
  • Living in empowered communities
  • Contributing to the development of a stronger nation of Malawi