Last month, you gave over $32,000 to open up the Nyasi Kinship Project in Kenya so they could rescue up to 30 desperate orphans from their community. Thanks to your generosity, these children will have beds and bedding, a clean water well, school uniforms and clothes, kitchen utensils, bathrooms and clean tile floors in their new home.
In the struggling village of Nyasi, fathers abandon their young wives and children, HIV is leaving children orphaned, families are starving, children have become street thieves because they can’t go to school, and people are homeless. This community desperately needs a safe haven for their children, and a mainstay of hope and guidance for their women and men.
Thanks to you, they’ll have that in the Nyasi Kinship Project!
Be Part of Nyasi Kinship - Every Day
The Nyasi Kinship Project still needs monthly sponsors! If you’d like to get involved on a monthly basis and receive updates and ways to be praying for the Nyasi Kinship and their orphans and widows, please consider making a monthly gift to support them. They need $1,500 per month, and a gift of any amount will be a blessing. Click here to donate online, and select “Nyasi Kinship Project” from the dropdown menu to join their sponsorship team.
Take Care of Kids Like Timothy
One of the children who will soon call the Nyasi Kinship Project home is named Timothy. He has lived in constant loss and misery for nearly his whole life. He watched his twin brother starve to death, and both of his parents are gone. The gaping hole they left in Timothy’s heart is made even bigger by his drunk grandmother, who doesn’t take care of him, telling him only that God would take care of him and it was every man for himself. He was completely and utterly alone.
Not only is Timothy miserable because of all he has lost, but he is also in agony from jiggers, an extremely painful and itchy skin parasite. He can barely sleep at night; his whole body feels like it’s on fire. His days are spent roaming around looking for food instead of at school.
Sometimes he wishes he had just died along with his brother, but praise God that is not his story! Now that he’ll have a home at the Nyasi Kinship Project, YOU can make sure Timothy is provided for all year round.