Frisbees for Africa


Harvest Kids began when a 4-year-old girl and her 2-year-old sister heard of 25 orphan girls that were sleeping on a dirt floor at the Canaan Foundation School in Mukono, Uganda. They felt such compassion for them that they wanted to build them a home. Then “Madilyn’s House” was built for the girls to have a home. After a trip to Africa in June of 2013 that vision was expanded to include outreach to vulnerable children in central Africa. This is being done through Harvest Vision Ministries Africa and the native African missionaries that they co-labor with. The ministry was renamed Harvest Kids and continues to involve local children and young people in sharing the love of Jesus, through prayer and financial giving, to help these children. This outreach provides mosquito nets, beds, housing, health needs, education and school supplies, clothing, and other basic necessities that each orphaned, abandoned, and impoverished child needs. The kids help plan and do the fundraising, including recycling aluminum cans and donating their own change.

The children of Sedro Woolley and surrounding areas began meeting on July 20, 2013, to crush cans, count coins, and enjoy fellowshipping and doing other fun and amazing activities.

On July 20, 2013, they delivered the first cans they crushed to the recycling and received $203.25. As of April 2020, their donations from their change, recycled cans, and fundraisers have brought in over $37,000 that has been used to meet the needs of vulnerable children in Africa.

Harvest Kids has grown so much over the years, we now meet 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. They are involved in all kinds of community outreach, and we are always in need of new ideas and support. This is such an amazing group of young people who are determined to push forward with such a loving positive attitude of the heart showing us all that “We CAN make a difference”.

And if they can so can you!

How you CAN help!

              • Start collecting aluminum cans and drop them off at the Harvest Home or Walker Motor Works
              • Collect change in a “Change the World” container at home, school, churches or business
              • Share our story about how we started and what Harvest Kids are doing
              • Come visit Harvest Kids on the 2nd & 4th Saturday
              • Partner with us by signing up for monthly e-giving helping vulnerable children in central Africa

Harvest Kids

meet the 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month


11:00 am to 1:30 pm


14799 Avon Allen Rd, Mt Vernon, WA

Ages 5 and up

You can partner with us by donation or through a

monthly pledge at:

(click the online donations tab)

Mail:  14799 Avon Allen Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Drop your cans off at:

Garden of Eden Family Ministry
14799 Avon Allen Rd
Mount Vernon WA


Sheila Strock’s home
203 Thompson Ln
Sedro Woolley WA



Blake & Kylee Walker’s home
9732 163rd Ave NE
Granite Falls WA

For can pick up, “Change  the World” containers, or  more

info on Madilyn’s House

or Harvest Kids:
360-421-8811, 360-421-8812 or  360-540-0890


Harvest Vision Ministries is a 501 C-3 non-profit organization.  As such, all contributions are tax-deductible