Hope Family Homes

Restoring hope, Changing lives

 

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 As new photos come in they will be posted here

These children thank you for getting them into High School

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Ngigi is in a Polytechnic to learn carpentry.

Hannnah  LucyHannah & Lucy

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 This is the New Home built by sacrificial giving.

This is Pastor Sam our Manager/Pastor, together with his wife Rachel, they work tirelessly to encourage the children.

Sam was one of our first children brought to us in a desperate state by his aged Grandmother who was no longer able to care for him. He has now returned to manage the home and lead the church.

He has many gifts including preaching, teaching, farming, chef (he was working in a Chinese restaurant)

He has been accepted at St Pauls university for a degree course in Psychology and counselling (a useful skill in doing this work). He needs sponsorship for this. He will continue in his role at the orphanage whilst studying.

Cabbage is a healthy crop


Some of the childrenSome of the children

Our loungeOur Lounge area

Dining TableOur Dining table

Repairing shared roadThe community spirit repairing the shared road.


 Some of the "Ladies Day" delegates. 

Little HousesThese are the newly constructed rooms to accommodate visitors. July 2016

selfieWho can resist a selfie?

May 2016 This is the Team with some of the children May 2016

 This little chappie was found at four months old under a hedge by the river. Someone heard his cries in the evening, but were afraid to go out at night. In the morning he was heard again, wild dogs were pulling at him. He was given into our care a few days later...

 This young man had no hope and fell into bad company. He ran away from his family. He now has a future as an athlete after entering the national championships.  This young man also needs sponsorship.

Joyce This young lady was found at 18 months old, in Nairobi on a mound of charcoal, with her mother and brother we brought them all to Bethlehem. Her Mother could not cope with a "normal" lifestyle so went back to her village. The brother and sister are still at Bethlehem and are working through High School. She and her brother need sponsorship.

We now look after sixteen, children all in school, some in Primary the others in High School. They are working hard despite having hang-ups from their past. We always welcome help with school fees..

Hope Family Homes reward for doing this is watching them develop into young men and women with the ability to make a difference in their own country. 

Every one of our children has a story to tell, by donating to Hope Family Homes we can, together, help them fulfil their rightful destiny.