Kaptagat Children’s Home

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Chariots for Hope, in partnership with Cornerstone Church of Skippack would like to introduce you to these children in need of a sponsor

Elijah

My mother died in 2007 after a brief illness. Although she worked hard to care for her children, my siblings and I lacked a lot of the necessities of life. My father disappeared and never returned home. He avoided the responsibility of nurturing and caring for his family. This left a huge void in our lives. My situation improved when I was admitted to the Kaptagat Children’s Home in 2006. Now I have a safe loving environment where I can thrive. I am in the trade school. K04-CFH/046

Age: 18 | Gender: Male | Children's Home: Kaptagat

Christopher

My mom was a single mother and never had the privilege of an education. Life was hard. We moved constantly to find her work so she could provide stability for her children. Unfortunately, my mother was only able to find casual employment because of her lack of education. The instability had a negative effect on my education. We never had a place to call home. It has been a struggle for my mother to care for our physical, medical, and educational needs. I am so grateful for the love and care being provided by the Kaptagat Children’s Home. I finally feel safe and secure. I am in 10th grade (Form 2). K04-CFH/065

Age: 18 | Gender: Male | Children's Home: Kaptagat

Austin

My father abandoned the family, leaving me in the care of my mother. When my father left there was a huge financial burden and visible void in the family. My mother was diagnosed with tuberculosis. As a result of her illness, she was not able to work. We could not afford school fees and it was very difficult to attend school.  Since moving to Kaptagat children’s home,  I have been able to complete high school and now I am in college. I am studying at Eldoret Polytechnic School. K04-CFH/019  

Age: 22 | Gender: Male | Children's Home: Kaptagat