We help the most vulnerable and poorest children in Kenya by providing a loving home,
education and rehabilitation programmes.
We ensure that every penny raised from donations and sponsors is spent on care and
development of children.
KCC at Home and in the Community
We are changing the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in Kenya
We feed, educate and care for destitute children in their families and their communities
through our outreach programmes. We also rescue vulnerable children and give them
love, shelter and safety at our residential homes.
We believe children should not spend their childhood in isolation from society because
of poverty, abuse or death of parents.
Our aim is to enable every child to live in safety and with dignity within a loving
family with the support of their community and our social workers. If any children
need to spend a period in the safety of our residential home, we plan to re-integrate
them with their relatives as soon as circumstances have improved.
We continue to support the children to ensure their safety and so that they reach
their full potential and build a positive future, growing into happy, healthy and
Giving hope to shattered lives
Our residential children’s home at Ngoingwa is 30 km north of Nairobi. It has accommodation
for 60 girls in four family units with 15 girls and their house mother.
Education is the route out of poverty for young people. We reach beyond our centres
and give grants to deprived children in poor communities so they can attend school,
vocational training or University.
When a child has recovered in our residential care, she is carefully re-united with
a capable relative or a safe family. They get a second chance of a normal life.
Our social workers continue to support the children in the community.
We have day centres in three slums at Madharau, Umoja and Kivulini. We provide day
care, meals, health checks, clothing and nursery education for 200 children and old
folk as well as support for their families.