About sponsoring

Because the financial situation of our centre has deteriorated – since January 2017 it used to be supported by the founding organisation – we have decided to launch a remote adoption programme.

This adoption or sponsoring helps maintain the centre in the current state, guarantees the children’s education (which has to be paid for in Kenya) and basic food supply. People who decide on a sponsorship can also support us with additional aids, but the main points are stopping the decay of the centre and ensuring further care for the children.

The children are often from families with diseases and when they are given to relatives there’s always the risk of sexual, physical or mental abuse.