Keeping Kids in School, the “KKIS” project provides school supplies, scholarships and English conversation classes to public schools in Mexico. Public High School in Mexico is mandatory but not subsidized by the government. The KKIS Project firmly believes that children should have an opportunity to improve themselves regardless of their economical background.

KKIS, Keeping Kids in School, is a registered Mexican non-profit, a US 501c3 and a volunteer run organization that has been helping children in Mexico since 2012.

KKIS are community builders, volunteers, and public school advocates who believe that all children should have a minimum of 12 years of free education.  The KKIS mission is to cultivate a future where education is affordable, and where the completion of education through university becomes more common. KKIS accomplishes this mission by distributing school supplies and providing scholarships.

Knowing that in Mexico, and especially in Playa del Carmen, a city dominated by tourism, command of the English language will drastically improve ones income and in turn quality of life. KKIS supports public high schools with a twice weekly volunteer program that helps the students with their English.

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