need is great, a child with no parents needs someone who cares
in their life. Most of these Kenyan children were abandoned by
their fathers before birth. The mothers are often hard pressed
in making a living and will eventually turn the child over to an
orphanage, or send them to a feeding center on a daily basis to
eat and attend school.
The support of
these children and centers comes strictly from the caring and
donations of people realizing the need and doing something to
help. The centers never know how much money is available to meet
their budget and when it will arrive to buy food, pay rent,
staff and general operating expenses. Often teachers go unpaid
for months, bills accumulate, as any money that does arrive goes
first to food. With no government support and sporadic donations
the centers operate in the negative, and as a result often one
meal a day is the best that can be provided.
Many meals consist
of boiled cabbage and cooked corn meal, hardly a nutritious food
source for growing children. I have personally spent thousands
buying needed food, but my well is only so deep and the need
grows bigger with the ongoing drought.
is to come up with associated partners that can commit to
donating on a regular basis, a small amount, to provide
wholesome food and a positive environment for these orphan
We have a way that donations can be a one time gift or
monthly on a recurring via secure online bank card. You will be
sent a receipt for year end accounting for your tax deductions.
The Additional Info. button will
take you to our other site, www.childrensrescue.org,
providing additional information to directly donate to the
centers the necessary operating funds to purchase wholesome
food and provide necessary services to the
Make this a project for your
family, group, association and church, as all the the
understructure is in place with at home committed workers
dedicated to the success for the benefit of these children.
Helping the poor is a wealthy endeavor as "giving to the
poor is as lending to God" and he repays in many ways, plus
interest. If you would like to visit, volunteer, or have any
questions, please contact us.