Changing the World for 2 Inspiring Kids in Kenya

    "The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn."


"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn."

In its continuing efforts to give back to the community, What if Media Group will be sponsoring two students in Kenya through The Mighty Acorn Foundation: Charity Wairimu, age 20, and Felix Omolo, age 9.  

Our sponsoring will enable them to attend school, live in a newly constructed orphanage, enjoy three meals per day, water, medical treatment, and give them hope.  These kids come from the Kipsongo slums of Kitale, Kenya, which are home to several thousand children who live hopelessly day after day, searching for food, water, shelter and other basic needs. 

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We are grateful to The Mighty Acorn Foundation  for providing us this platform to provide these life-changing gifts. Founded in 2013 by David and Denise DeMarchis, the goal of The Mighty Acorn Foundation is to save children living in desperate conditions. They were inspired to start the foundation after visiting the Kipsongo Slums in Kitale, Kenya, where thousands of children live in abject poverty. Through their work, they hope to offer at least some of these children a means by which to escape the cycle of poverty that they were born into.

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We look forward to creating meaningful relationships with Charity and Felix through regular letter and email correspondence, as well as scheduled skype sessions. What If is proud to sponsor their journey to a more hopeful life and to remind them that they have people who believe in them.


Our company strongly feels that we have a social responsibility to give back others, which is why have our monthly What Gives charity pledge. In addition to our new Mighty Acorn affiliation, we support organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Lustgarten Foundation, American Red Cross, ASPCA, the Holocaust Museum and more.

If you want to help change the world, you can start with just one life or two. Head to for more information on how to sponsor a child or make a one-time tax-deductible donation.