Our Why

At SFK, we honor and celebrate each child’s unique spirit. Our mission is to teach children the skills of resilience, self-awareness, compassion, and accountability. We guide them to develop their intuition and show them how their own inner guidance system can be their best friend throughout their lives, especially during times of struggles and self-doubts.

Helping children to feel safe, powerful and more connected, is why we exist.

What does Spirituality mean to us?

What does Spirituality mean to us?

We use the term spirituality to refer to the developmental aspects of a child that are beyond the body and mind. To connect to that ineffable and powerful core of who they are apart from their feelings and thoughts. This awe for life fosters a sense of interconnectedness, which is also referred to as spiritual intelligence.

Spirituality for Kids provides practical support and tools to raise a conscious child and does not conflict with any belief, philosophical, or religious teachings.

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What We Do

We strive to reach every child through collaboration with like-minded organizations, thought leaders, children’s content creators, and anyone who shares our vision.

Over the past two decades, SFK has had the privilege to support children from all over the world across different socio-economic backgrounds, cultures, and races. Our sought-after and awarded programs illuminate the core skills in fun, engaging, and meaningful ways for teachers, students, and parents.

How We Do It

Our programs are available online and offline for a minimal fee, and we offer a partial and full scholarship for those who need it.

We operate through a variety of channels:

  • Online classes for children and parents
  • Online Certification Program for professionals
  • In–person classes through our Outreach Programs and partnerships with schools and organizations around the world
  • Our content is translated into– Spanish, Arabic, Portuguese, Hebrew, and French

“When children
throughout the world
understand that all
human beings,
including themselves,
contain a
Spark of Light,
there will be no room for
prejudice, war, guns or drugs.”

Karen Berg
SFK Founder

“When children throughout
the world understand that all human beings, including themselves, contain a Spark of Light, there will be no room for prejudice, war, guns or drugs.”
Karen Berg
SFK Founder

SFK unique approach

SFK stands out from other programs by pioneering a social-emotional learning program enhanced by spiritual intelligence. The program also has a myriad of projects that cater to different learning styles for children of all backgrounds.

We help children to recognize the opportunity in every obstacle (external and internal), manage emotions, recognize cause & effect, and make better choices. As a result, children develop confidence, resilience, empathy, and a sense of purpose.

SFK unique approach

SFK stands out from other programs by pioneering a social-emotional learning program enhanced by spiritual intelligence. The program also has a myriad of projects that cater to different learning styles for children of all backgrounds.

We help children to recognize the opportunity in every obstacle (external and internal), manage emotions, recognize cause & effect, and make better choices. As a result, children develop confidence, resilience, empathy, and a sense of purpose.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. It is generally said to include the following three skills:

  • emotional awareness, or the ability to identify and name one’s own emotions;
  • the ability to harness those emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problem solving;
  • and the ability to manage emotions, which includes both regulating one’s own emotions when necessary and cheering up or calming down other people.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. It is generally said to include the following three skills:

  • emotional awareness, or the ability to identify and name one’s own emotions;
  • the ability to harness those emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problem solving;
  • and the ability to manage emotions, which includes both regulating one’s own emotions when necessary and cheering up or calming down other people.

Spiritual Intelligence

Spiritual intelligence is a higher dimension of intelligence that activates the qualities and capabilities of the authentic self (or the soul), in the form of wisdom, compassion, integrity, joy, love, creativity, and peace. Spiritual intelligence results in a sense of deeper meaning and purpose, combined with improvements in a wide range of important life skills and work skills.

Spiritual Intelligence

Spiritual intelligence is a higher dimension of intelligence that activates the qualities and capabilities of the authentic self (or the soul), in the form of wisdom, compassion, integrity, joy, love, creativity, and peace. Spiritual intelligence results in a sense of deeper meaning and purpose, combined with improvements in a wide range of important life skills and work skills.

Our Team

CEO and President

Financial Controller

Our Board

Our Collaborators

Spanish Language
Facilitator Trainer

Coordinator/Arabic Language Facilitator Trainer

Ambassador to Africa/French
Facilitator Trainer

Ambassador to Latin America, Facilitator

Coordinator/Hebrew Language Facilitator Trainer

Ambassador to Europe, Facilitator

Collaborator/El Cambio Comienza Conmigo, Venezuela

Collaborator/Naomi for Kids, Peru

Collaborator/Zera Bolivia

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