Designate INMED for Your Workplace Giving Campaign!

giving-campaign-ad-just-kids-3It’s an easy and painless way to make a huge impact on needy children in the US and across the globe. Here’s how:

Give directly to INMED:

United Way #2795

Combined Capital Campaign # 11875

America’s Charities: Write us in!

Your gift will help us fund programs that protect vulnerable children in impoverished regions around the world from abuse, neglect, violence, homelessness and worse.  Thank you for making a difference in the lives of the children who need it most.


Have you signed up for Amazon Smile?

It’s a simple and automatic way for you to support INMED Partnerships for Children every time you shop at Amazon—with no service fees.… Read the rest...

Rescuing Children Since 1986


INMED Partnerships for Children rescues children from the immediate and irreversible harm of disease, hunger, abuse, neglect, violence or instability and prepares them to shape a brighter future for themselves and the next generation. INMED’s vision is to transform the future for generations of children by building continuity of support from infancy to adulthood.

Read more about our mission, vision and values.

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Give the Gift of Time—Become a Mentor

When you become a mentor through INMED’s program for at-risk youth, you are literally shaping the future.  If you’re looking for something meaningful in your own life, consider sharing your gifts, talents, wisdom and time with a child at INMED’s Opportunity Center. It’s not just a rewarding experience; it can change your life, too. Watch this classic video on INMED’s YouTube channel — and contact Erin Lewis at for more information.

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Thankful Thursday

inmed1INMED, and especially our team in South Africa, is thankful for Josua Le Roux, General Manager-Central Support for Air Products (pictured, first gentleman on left at INMED’s aquaponics project at Carel De Wet Technical High School). Mr. Le Roux was instrumental in obtaining Air Products’ funding for INMED’s first commercial-scale aquaponics project in South Africa. Air Products has funded additional commercial-scale INMED aquaponic systems at Rand Vaal Primary School and on a small farm in Belfast, Mpumplanga Province.

Air Products and INMED are currently discussing additional partnership opportunities for next year.  Thanks to Mr. Le Roux, Air Products is on the front line of helping INMED foster economic development, food security and brighter futures for children, families and communities in South Africa.… Read the rest...

The Gift of Independence for Individuals with Disabilities

rosie-with-kids-textAs INMED celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October, we’re excited to announce the expansion of our program in South Africa to enable people with disabilities to provide income for their families via Adaptive Agriculture. One of those individuals is Rosie Mateko, who suffered a stroke and was unable to provide for her four children and two granddaughters as a single, disabled mother. She felt hopeless and helpless. But through INMED’s aquaponics program, Rosie and other disabled individuals have been able to build a successful farming cooperative—something that would have been impossible with traditional agriculture. The cooperative has been so successful, in fact, that Rosie was named Best Subsistence Producer for her district.… Read the rest...