In 2017, we are making a difference to over 120 children in Kisumu, Kenya everyday.
Since our inception in 2007, we have graduated over 700 children from K - 3rd grade.
Thank you for all your prayers and support.
Ways you can help:
1. Food for 120 children = $1000 per month
2. Books, pencils and learning materials = $100 per month
3. One teacher's salary = $120 per month. We have 5 teachers.
4. One teacher's training and development = $320 per year
5. One child's uniform set, incl. shoes and socks = $70 per year
6. Sports equipment e.g. soccer balls = $200 per year
7. Sponsor a child's needs = $360 per year
Thank you again for all of your support - our accomplishments wouldn't have been possible without you! Your generosity will allow us to reach new goals, and more important serve more children with the education they deserve.
Hope for the Child is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization so your contributions are tax-deductible.
Giving is easy:
1. Click on the the Donate button on the navigation bar above and follow the prompts.
Over the last year Hope for the Child has been blessed - full of success and joy! For this, we thank all of you. Your efforts, dedication and support of our mission has allowed us to make a poor child’s dream of going to school come true.
Congratulations to all the students, teachers and staff at Arise N Shine Community Academy for this achievement! We look forward to making even more children’s dreams of living a happier, healthier life come true in 2017.
On behalf of all the families and staff at Hope for the Child, I would like to send warm hugs and best wishes as you begin this New Year in the best way! Hope for the Child and Arise N Shine Community Academy extends deep gratitude to everyone - YOU - who has helped us make our mission real!
Thank you and Happy New Year!
Executive Director, Founder
Serving abandoned and disadvantaged children in Kisumu, Kenya SINCE 2007
The students that we serve consist of children from various disadvantaged groups, including but not limited to, children from backgrounds of poverty, abuse and HIV/AIDS in the Kisumu area. Hope for the Child will enable orphans to become adults who are able to contribute to society and defeat poverty for generations to come. Through education and community leadership initiatives, we inspire children to realize their full potential in life. The aim of HFTC is to bring not only food and substance to the body, but to nurture the mind and soul through love, education, and parental guidance.
"Kenya is among the world’s 30 poorest countries, ranking 152 out of 177 countries on the 2006 Human Development Index."
"More than 15 million people – including more than half the rural population – are without access to safe water or sanitation facilities."
1.2 million of school-going aged children remain unenrolled
Its that time of the year again so dust off your golf clubs and join us on
Tuesday, June 13th 2017 at
The Links at Northfork in Ramsey, MN
for another a fun day at the course!
Meet Brevil Omugah. Brevil is 9 years old and is in 1st grade. He lives in the Nyawita slums with both of his parents. He likes Spider man and playing racing games. His favorite subjects are English and CRE. He loves to eat rice and beans. To help support or sponsor Brevil, please click on the Donate now button and send any amount to Hope for the Child.