A Foster Parents Program is an unique opportunity to change the life of a needy child forever by helping her to break the poverty cycle. When you sponsor a child, you are supporting her education, access to proper healthcare, shelter and a healthy nutrition through a monthly donation or contribution.
But being a Foster Parent can become much more than financial support. It can become an exchange of cultures and affections, as you can get actively involved in the development of the child you support. When you sponsor a child, we provide you with the possibility of communicating regularly with the child whose life you are changing so you can see the lasting difference your contributions are making.
Sponsoring a child, is giving her back the ability to dream, is providing her with the tools she needs to break free from poverty and be happy… It’s showing her that someone really cares about and loves her, it’s showing her that there is the hope in a better and brighter future…
Here are some photos of our kids receiving gifts and letters from their foster parents. For more information about this life changing program, please send us an email to email@example.com.
On the 16th of February 2014, we celebrated Irene's birthday. She received a beautiful letter from her foster parents in Portugal as well as the pink trousers she had been dreaming of. Thank you and God bless you all!
On the 7th of January 2014, the children went back to school for a new school year. For Dorcas and Faith Awuor, this is a very important year as they are in STD8 and will be completing their primary education in December. Good luck girls! We believe in you!
For Alvis and Onyiego, it is also a special year as it is their first year in school. They are both in Nursery Class and are already some of the most popular boys in school :)
Here are some photos of our Christmas Party which we did on the 10th of December 2013. It was also the International Day for Human Rights! The kids were very happy and received gifts from their foster parents. For some of our children, like Alvis, Juliet and Ebisiba, it was the first time they got a chance to celebrate a real Christmas with a real family!
Thank you to all the foster parents who made this possible! Merry Christmas and God bless you!