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Last year was a year of many unprecedented events, with the COVID-19 outbreak meaning our children spent a lot of time at home. This posed opportunities to plan events to keep both our families and extended families around the world in touch.  We spent a long...

Children of Hope take nutrition very seriously. It is part of our mission to help our children lead healthy and balanced lifestyles, and part of that is providing healthy and nutritious meals. We strive to provide a balanced diet for all of our children so...

At both our homes, we have always been very selective and sensitive to opening up opportunities to volunteers and visitors. Our number one priority is our children, so ensuring they feel safe, loved, and have everything they need, comes first. On the rare occasion that...

Providing safe, loving homes to the children in our care is our calling. However, none of what we do would be possible without the generosity of our extended family — you! We are forever grateful to those of you who give, be it through prayer...

Thank you for being a prayer warrior on behalf of our children and staff. We believe in the power of prayer! Sign up to receive weekly prayer emails Our goal is to have all of the children and staff covered in prayer twice throughout the year. Each...

In keeping with the month of love, our children wanted to take the opportunity to share the things they love the most, and more importantly, reflect upon the love of God in their lives.  Last weekend, in both Kitalale and Kikuyu, our children and staff gathered...

As we enter a new year, our children are also starting a new school term following a wonderful Christmas break. The children are so excited to return to school, see their friends and learn new things. While school procedures are looking a little different again...

We had the pleasure of hosting our first ever family reunion for our older children. We shared meals, laughter, tears, stories and successes as the day went on. After a challenging year with COVID-19 impacting many jobs and lives, we wanted to take the opportunity...