Our Kitalale Home

Our Kitalale Home opened in December 2010 with our first five children. The home at Kitalale is a sprawling family-style building with a common area where we can congregate as one big family. Located on 10 acres in a rural area on relatively flat terrain on the western border of Kenya, the land provides plenty of room for growing fruits and vegetables, pasturing cows for milk and raising chickens.

Through community outreach, we welcome vacation Bible schools, sporting events, open play days and community days where visitors bring donations of food, clothing and toys for the children.

Our Kitalale Children

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Our Kitalale Family Life

Our home is a haven of hope, peace, and love, where children can lay their heads down in safety. Surrounded by their family of brothers and sisters, and ‘aunties’ and ‘uncles’ they can enjoy a secure, happy childhood. Our home in Kitalale provides all the essentials for the well-being, growth, and development of our children. Our mission is to care for and nurture each child who comes to us as we would our very own. The caregivers, known as, ‘aunties’ and ‘uncles,’ and the children share meals, laughter, stories and chores, and enjoy full health care, comprehensive education, safe shelter, spiritual guidance and lots of love.

Kitalale Home:
PO Box 2008-30200
Kitale, Kenya
Office phone: 0718 720620

Kitalale News

  • And the streets of the city shall be full of boys and girls playing in its streets. Zechariah 8:5 It’s no surprise that our children love to dance, sing and play. With 50 kids in each home, we use games and activities to bring our......

  • But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.Matthew 6:33 On December 1st of 2010, we opened the doors to our Kitalale home for the first time. On that day, we made a promise to......

  • Children of Hope® came to our supporters over the summer with a pretty big need. The truck at the Kitalale home was well past its useful life. It needed to be sold before it stopped working completely. Having a truck at Kitalale is a necessity.......