Their leader is Nate, and he hopes you'll join him.
Nate was 10 when his family visited Kibera, Kenya, one of the biggest slums in Africa. "It's crazy how extreme the poverty is," Nate says.
But Nate was blown away by the joy he saw in the friends he made at the Kibera Compassion child development center. Their generous hearts seemed bigger than their homes. Kids shared their only pieces of candy. One boy gave Nate a carved boat — something his family could have sold to buy food for a week.
"God wants us to love poor people like He does," Nate says. "We can use a talent or idea like making Denim Dudes to help other kids know that we care about them and that God does too."