His Hands for Kenya
Our goal is to support and encourage the work of our brothers and sisters in Christ in the country of Kenya and to support the ministries of their churches, giving special emphasis to helping with their children's ministries and in supporting children to enable them to attend school. We strive to demonstrate the love of Christ through works of service to these churches as well as to other Christian missions and missionaries in the country of Kenya as we have opportunity - to be God's "hands and feet" and His servants to His children in Kenya.
Why Kenya? Why should we help?
"Once our eyes are opened we cannot pretend we do not know what to do. God, who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls, knows we know and holds us responsible to act." Proverbs 24:12
Kayole-Soweto, where the His Hands for Kenya partner program is located, is one of many slums situated on the outskirts of Kenya's capital. It has an estimated population of 700,000. Most of its residents live in abject poverty in homes that lack running water or electricity - many live in 10 x 10 tin sheet huts. There are no sewer lines so families use pit latrines. Sanitation is poor and diseases like typhoid fever, diarrhea and malaria are prevalent. Medical care, if available, is out of reach for the more than 60% of the population that is unemployed and living on less than a dollar a day.
His Hands for Kenya was formed in 2014 when a partnership was formed with Mr. Fanuel Okwaro, to help bring hope to the children of Kenya through child sponsorship. There are currently over 1100 students attending Galilee Primary School and more than 300 enrolled at Waddington High School. Approximately 200 of those students reside in the children’s home, called Holly House, on the same grounds.
For a small payment ranging from $12.50 to $30 per month, you can send a child to school or provide for the living expenses of an orphan or vulnerable child and help change their life!
100% of your sponsorship payment goes to the child in need and to the school, none of it goes toward the administrative expenses of this program here in the United States. For more information, visit our Sponsorship page or contact us.