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Kisumu Children Trust

Help for Today Hope for Tomorrow.

Registered Charity no. 1091477

Annual General Meeting 2017

Annual Review at St Luke’s Church, Watford. 30th September 2017 2.30pm – 4.00pm with tea following. For the first time our AGM is in the afternoon rather than the morning. Please book the date in your diaries. This is a fantastic opportunity to find out what’s going on and to meet the team.

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The New Extension is Open!

Why an extension? With roughly 10% of the population in Kisumu classed as destitute children, and the number of children’s homes in the city shrinking, there is an ever growing need for our existing children’s home to expand. This means our current family of 48 will soon become 72 as the plans for a new […]

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Ladies Fashion Show

Thank you to everyone who supported us and to Tonbridge Baptist church who allowed us to host this event at the church. We raised over £700 for our children and we believe fun was had by all! “You are fearfully and wonderfully made” [Psalm 139:14] Attention ladies! Kisumu Children Trust in connection with ‘Colours fashion’ […]

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A Story of Hope

Ever wondered about those moments in life where you know everything is about to change- starting school for the first time, starting your first job, getting married, having children. These are the memories that stick in our minds- pinpoints in history. There are also other moments that remain with us- illness, sadness, the loss of […]

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Annual General Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the KCT AGM will be taking place at 10.30am on the 24th September 2016 at Christ Church, Bromley, BR1 4AA. You are warmly invite to attend to hear about everything that KCT has being doing over the last 12 months, and to celebrate all that God has blessed us […]

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Matumini Children’s Centre

Allan Hutton, a former trustee of KCT has moved out to Kisumu with his wife and children in March 2016 to partner in one of our projects- the Matumini Children’s Centre. They will be working alongside the Cherry Brierley Children’s Home to provide children and disadvantaged families with a safe space to use technology, learn […]

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Spring has spung at CBCH

Our Polytunnel project is now well underway. Back in late march the seeds were planted and in April all the shoots are looking healthy- and very tasty too! This is a vital project for CBCH; to be able to grow more of their own produce and to show the children how to cultivate basic foods […]

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