Kings Kids Orphanage through the ministry of Missions for Jesus International spends your donations as wisely as possible. We believe that being a good steward of everything the Lord provides is essential.We are an open book so to speak, if you would like to see how your donations are distributed please feel free to ask for a standard Profit and Loss statement. (P &L)However, in the coming year our goal is to devote this page to giving you our donors a list of expenses. Of course these change as do the number of children we have and the unexpected projects that everyone experiences.In the mean time let me know if you would like a copy of our end of year P and L. Or if you have any questions please feel free to call or email Brenda Sheets Sec/Tres. for Missions for Jesus International.We estimate that 98% of your donations go directly to the children and their welfare. 2% is spent on operations cost

King’s Kids Sponsor A Child Program (sponsorship page)Click the link below to learn more about and consider sponsoring one or more of our children for an any size commitment. It is estimated that it costs more than $8000 for basic needs such food and housing each year per child. You can make a huge difference by supporting just one child! Every child you consider to sponsor is in need of a safe haven, and many have been abused, physically or emotionally or neglected.  It can be  overwhelming to purchase food for up to 25 people every day as well as suppling all their other needs.Here is a breakdown of what purchanse on a regular basis





Odd’s and Ends

  • tennis shoes-all sizes
  • men’s and kids shoes
  • sweatshirts
  • work clothes
  • t-shirts
  • jeans
  • men’s clothes
  • kid’s clothes, especially boys
  • teen bras and pajamas
  • belts
  • School Uniforms : 45.00 per child
  • Blackdressed shoes/tennis shoes for school
  • lined paper
  • pens
  • pencils
  • book covers
  • scientific calculators
  • calculators
  • ink for computers (to print school assignments)
  • computer paper (white)
  • laundry and dish soap
  • shampoo
  • conditioner
  • combs
  • brushes
  • hair clips and ties
  • deodorant
  • hair gels
  • diapers
  • baby supplies shampoo, lotions formula etc.
  • lice shampoo (unfortunately it runs rampant once school starts) we take every measure to get it under control immediately
  • girls small purses or wallets
  • boys wallets
  • Spanish bibles/tracts
  • Large outdoor tent for holding events outside
  • digital cameras
  • Powerful LED flashlight
  • fire escape ladder (2)
  •  Outdoor security lights



FoodOur goal is to eventually  buy some of these items in bulk and be able to store them in a cool dry place so that we can buy at the best of price. Anyone with information about storing foods in a very tropical climate please contact Brenda   at
  • rice
  • beans
  • flour
  • chicken
  • beef
  • flour and corn tortillas purchased daily
  • milk
  • eggs (our chicken coup project  is producing eggs more and more daily)
  • bread
  • cereal
  • soups
  • fresh vegetables and fruit
  • and all other typical grocery items