Joshua was two years old when he was abandoned helplessly in a church member’s arms. We thank God that today his life has changed greatly. Joshua was paralysed with cerebral palsy but now with the help of our able sponsors and loving caregivers he is showing remarkable improvement. Joshua has been undergoing physiotherapy treatment as well receiving all the love and care. It is miraculous that Joshua is able to move his body and play normally like any other kid.
How could that be possible without you………Special thanks to Patrick and Lana Zazelenchuk for great contribution to Joshua’s life.
We are happy to say that in three weeks time we will be celebrating Joshua’s fifth birthday.Thanks to everyone who is participating in Joshua’s success story.
Jessica and Esther are twins who are fortunate to be HIV – unlike their mom who is reportedly diseased with AIDS. Her health condition caused her to be stigmatized and chased away from her home in Uganda. She moved to the bordering country Kenya, where she had no place to stay, no employment to get or relatives to rely on. Sickly with AIDS, she literally abandoned the little angels at the police station when she could not handle them anymore. Home of Hope was called to provide shelter and care. Little Jessica and her twin Esther now live at the Dream Centre. They need your support to keep them growing and well nourished. you can log on to http://www.homeofhope.ca to give a helping hand and rescue a child.
For more information or inquiries: phone +254 725 241 668 or +1 403 343 6570 ext 6 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The government has ordered all Nairobi residential houses and institution to install solar water heaters to reduce the consumption of electricity. Dream Centre is appealing to all welwishers and supporters for donation to meet the government requirements urgently.
The cost for installing two solar heaters required comprising of all the plumbing works and the painting is USD 4,822. To support the Dream Centre water heater installation log on to http://www.homeofhope.ca
We have witnessed from our first unit how it’s a great idea to raise our home of hope rescued babies in a family unit set up. In a family unit, they are cared for by both parents, the children feel the father motherly love, and also not institutionalized, . They are raised and taught the family values and custom fast hand. Moreover, when kids move to family unit, space is created to rescue other unfortunate kids.Samuel and Beatrice are a loving couple and our industrious staff and leaders. They are ready to move with 6 of our rescued children currently at D.C, with your help this can turn out successful.
It requires $3,500 start-up money to buy all furniture and kitchen utilities. This is a one time cost , and $300 Usd monthly for rent. One can also donate with any amount, you shall be an answer to our prayer . Please contact : www.homeofhope.ca for any kind of donation.
Esther is joining the staff of Home Of Hope(HOH) Kenya to help with administration of our finance while Elizabeth is away on maternity leave. Esther is a young talented upcoming I.T specialist. She has diploma in computer studies with special studies in book-keeping. She will be helping us upgrading our financial system to be cashless and of current technology.
Esther loves traveling, reading and listening to music. Would you kindly sponsor Esther to keep her working with our finance department. She needs USD$239 for her monthly support. Log on to http://www.homeofhope.ca to sponsor Esther.
Esther, a five-year old girl is one among many kids rescued by Home of Hope Kenya. Her parents passed away. Not knowing where to go or who to turn to, a good Samaritan luckily took her in. After some time the guardian who took the responsibility of Esther could not afford poor Esther’s basic needs. The only option she had was to surrender the child to the children’s office.
Home of hope agreed to take custody of the girl to keep her happy and jovial which includes proper diet, clothing, schooling, medication and supplements. For more information Log on to http://www.homeofhope.co.ke
The gorgeous twins Natalie and Nicole were born in a nearby hospital to a commercial sex worker. Their mom who was unable to pay the escalating bill abandoned the babies in the hospital because she couldn’t afford to feed two more mouths. The government children’s office called to have them taken care of in the Dream Centre at the age of two months.
The two stunning baby girls are now eight months old, healthy and energetic. The children are taken care of 24 hours a day, needing so much formula milk, use diapers and supplements. To learn more about our work log on to http://www.homeofhope.co.ke