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Juma

Born in 2012, was rescued from the streets where he lived with his mother, who found herself unable to care for him. He arrived at the orphanage on 03/12/2016.

Edlyn

Born on November 30, 2013, she was abandoned near the bus station with 1 year old. Received at the orphanage on November 23, 2015.

Gift

Born on March 2, 2010, he was immediately abandoned at the hospital. He arrived at the orphanage on May 18, 2010. Now Gift is 7 years old and goes to school. He is the big brother for all the children living there.

Tumaini

Born in 2013, he was rescued from a family with a conflicting history. He arrived at the orphanage on June 3, 2016.

Victoria

Born on October 24, 2016, she was abandoned at the hospital the same day of birth. Rescued by the orphanage on December 2, 2016, she was finally adopted by a Kenyan family in September 2017

Mark

Born in 2014, he was abandoned by his mother that same year. Rescued by the orphanage on October 3, 2014.

Israel

Born on August 31, 2016, he was abandoned at the hospital as soon as he was born. Rescued by the orphanage on October 19, 2016, he was adopted by a Kenyan family in October of 2017.

King

Born on May 1, 2015,he was abandoned on the streets with only 1 day of age. Received at the orphanage on June 1, 2015.

Ian

Born on March 12, 2016, abandoned at the hospital. He arrived at the orphanage on August 12, 2016.

Brenda

Date of birth unknown, was rescued from the street. Received in the center on October 6, 2015. She suffer from hydrocephalus.

Arnold

Born on August 3, 2015, he was abandoned at the hospital at birth. He arrived at the orphanage on October 1, 2015.

Boniface

Born on September 9, 2014, he was abandoned at the hospital and received at the orphanage on October 23, 2015. He was adopted by a Kenyan family in September 2017.

Frecuently Asked Questions

Is my contribution money intended only for the child I have sponsored?

No.

Our goal is to help together all the children living in the orphanage, so we can not promote privileges of one over others. All the funds raised through the sponsorship programs will be used to help pay for the maintenance and operation expenses of the orphanage, so that all the children will enjoy equally all your donations.

Can I be in touch with the child I have sponsored?

Yes.

The children listed on this page are those who currently live in the orphanage. If you want, you can write or talk to them. To do this, we recommend that you always address the center director first, who can arrange the best time to do so with you.

Can I send gifts to my sponsored?

Whatever your contribution is it will be delivered to the orphanage and distributed to all children. Clothing, school supplies, personal hygiene products, sanitary materials and toys. Whatever you send, it will be well received.

The staff at the orphanage will distribute equally to all the children everything that is received. This so that the privileges of some children don’t go over others.

Does my help arrive?

Always.

Every month we will transfer to the orphanage the amounts collected to contribute the monthly expenses.

However, if the funds raised exceed the necessary monthly amounts, the surplus money will be used for the side projects that are being developed at the moment.

Based on our commitments of honesty and transparency, whenever this happens, it will be publicly reported on our website. This so that at all times you’ll know the final destination of your money.

 

Can I adopt a child?

The BABY RESCUE CENTER TRUST association began with the aim of promoting the adoption of children between 0 and 3 years old. However, at present, the Kenyan government does not allow international adoptions.

How can I sponsor?

If you get encouraged to do it, you just have to decide how much money you want to contribute, and how long you want to collaborate.