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How many children do you have?

We give fulltime support to 30 orphaned, abandoned and destitute children under care in our home. We hope to increase the fulltime support once we get more space and resources. We also have an outreach feeding program that supports over 300 children.

How old are the children?

The youngest are months old and the oldest is 17 years in high school.

Do you have an outreach program?

Yes we have a seasoned outreach feeding program that supports over 300 children in Soweto and Kayole. We also extend the same through supporting widows and single parents who come to our centre for food support. We are always open to partners interested in supporting this program.

Do you sell extra donated clothes?

We do not sell extra donated clothes. All our extra donations are donated to underprivileged people in our community during our outreach programs. We also send clothes to rural parts of Kenya where they are given to the needy.

Do you adopt children?

Currently we do not offer our children for adoption since our home is still growing. In future, we will give room for adoption according to the given processes and laws of Kenya. For now our mission is to see many of them succeed under our care.

Where does your rescued children come from?

Our children are identified by community members and reported to us but most of them come through the police station and local chief who work with us to support and identify children with absolute need for rescue. We also report to our local children’s office.

Do you support children after high school education?

Our scope of educational support is primary and secondary education. We need resources and partners to give support during transition period from our home to the world. Nevertheless , we talk to some of our well-wishers on ways to give support to them. We have former children already in university under scholarship and seasoned support from well-wishers. They mostly survive through casual work. We also talk to technical training institutions who can help them gain skills for working to earn a living.