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Kisumu Children Trust

Help for Today Hope for Tomorrow.

Registered Charity no. 1091477

Appeal for the Emergency Kitchen

We need your support to help feed the most vulnerable children of Kisumu where extreme poverty is leaving orphaned and impoverished children starving.

Emergency Lunches
for 1 month for a hungry child:
OR other amount (£)

Our mission is to provide extremely disadvantaged children in the Kisumu region of Kenya with hope for the future within a Christian foundation

These children struggle through incredible poverty. They regularly go hungry and expect nothing more.
But we know that a few pence a day will give them enough food to eat, clean drinking water and an education. With that education they will one day earn a living, become self-sufficient and be able to feed themselves and their families.
You will notice the little boy who needs more than that and who won't ever be able to support himself.
In Kenyan society, he is an outcast for his disability. His family must work so he is shut away each day by himself. Can you help him get the care he needs?

...let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.

— 1 John 3:18

What our sponsors say

Bob and Lois have supported and prayed for Jacob for about 10 years. His faith in the Lord Jesus and his desire to share with others now encourages them.
"It's really great to get letters and drawings from Samuel, and to be part of his care and development. We know this gives him an opportunity to help lift his family out of poverty."
Cliff - sponsor of Samuel (centre photo)

"It's wonderful to feel I'm making a big difference to just one life. What a fantastic cause!"
Josephine - sponsor of Henry

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