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Together With Your Support, We Can Continue Helping Others In Need Of The Basic Necessities: Food & Shelter

MISSION:  Our mission and purpose  is to relieve poverty by providing basic amenities, including food, clothing, shelter, education, and basic medicines and medical aid to orphaned children, children with mental disabilities, homeless people, and people living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya and Canada. To gift funds to qualified donees as defined in subsection 149.1(1) of the Income Tax Act (Canada)”. This Charity is managed by a strong team of directors who are volunteers and are never paid salaries or benefits.  These directors ensure that all donations that we receive directly go to accomplish our purpose.  (NOTE: All directors, volunteers and staff are NOT paid any salaries or benefits whatsoever (other than the 2 nannies who take care of the orphanage children in Kenya). Our overhead expenses are always less than 2% of gross revenue. This implies that 98% of all donations received go to help the needy persons, both in Canada and in Kenya)“We Try To Make Positive Social Change To The People  In Need”






Currently, we are focused on raising money for the endowment Fund. Please donate towards the Endowment Fund for the  Children at our Orphanage in Kenya that was established and  managed by this  Charity. We target to raise $200,000 or more. This money will be invested in high interest Government bonds and the interest income will be used to pay for the Orphanage expenses and school fees. Also, gifts in form of property, shares, and written WILL are welcome. We are just proactively thinking about future sustainability of the Orphanage and its ability to continue helping orphaned children beyond our lifetime. Recently, Peter  was involved in a car accident and this made him think beyond his life. Currently, we are able to sustain the Orphanage through annual Fundraising. Annual budget is about CAD$20,000. We believe love, Kindness, and hope make things happen . Any help will be highly appreciated.




a) We continue to support  23 children at  Dr Njenga Foundation Orphanage in Kenya. They need accommodation and education.  We accommodate  them at our Orphanage in Kenya. The 22 kids go to school in St. Lawrence Catholic Primary School  at Kamuchege Village in Kenya; and on girl is in Form 3 (11th grade) at Linet Girls High School in Kenya. Maintaining the orphanage requires an annual budget of CAD$12,000; and  the school fees annual budget  is CAD$8000. Total annual Budget is CAD$20,000.  That is why our target Fundraising Dinner is CAD$20,000

b) New Dormitory to accommodate 40 girls at our Dr Njenga Orphanage  in Kenya. Plans awaiting local  Council  approval in Kenya. Budget is $50,000. We have already received a donation of $9869.82 from Rotary Club of New Westminster of British Columbia, and is held in a restricted funds account until all funds are available and plans are approved  to do the project. Please help with any donation to make it happen.

     You Can See The Change:                          FROM (2012)

                                       To (2018)

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a) We  have so far  helped more than 1000  homeless poor in in Metro Vancouver.  Donated 1000 food hampers each containing canned beef /chicken, orange, apple, banana, cookies and chocolates , juice / water etc.; and various assorted warm clothes , blankets, shoes and personal hygiene products. These items were transported  to various parts of Metro Vancouver (Mainly in the cities of Vancouver, Richmond,  Surrey, Abbotsford..

b) We plan to continue helping the homeless poor. Please help with cash donations or cleaned used clothes (Note: we accept only washed & disinfected used clothes).CANADA:

This is a highlight and  part of our story. For more pictures and stories, please go to History page.  and  Event Page




1 2012:. We built this  Orphanage  in Kenya that we support and manage at Kamuchege Village, Kiambu District in Kenya. Inevitably, some orphans do not have relatives to take of them. They must be removed from streets -Give them an opportunity for future self sustaining. Orphanage accommodates 20 kids


2   2012: Our Directors Jennifer Kube and Dr Peter Njenga went to Kenya at their expense to open this Orphanage on November 1 2012 . Financial problems and security obstacles were tricky and remain a story to tell. Jennifer refused to be deterred by security threat. But strong will and commitment made this dream come true to many.



2016: Donated 2000 food hampers each containing canned beef /chicken, orange, apple, banana, cookies and chocolates , juice / water etc.; and various assorted warm clothes , blankets, shoes and personal hygiene products.

To us helping and donating to the homeless is a call that we take very seriously. We do it every year. 








2012: Kids receive a package of personal health and school necessities  prepared and donated by Jennifer’s Mother -Mary Kube of Canada. The needy kids were identified by a local  Church Women group. The 20 kids at the orphanage are doing well.



2012: Focus is to educate these kids for their future sustainability. Kids are seen here takling a challenge of  drawing  or writing anything about their new place and what they want to  be in future.



Our dedicated team of volunteers who are not paid anything distribute tons of used and new blankets and clothing to homeless people in BC Lower Mainland.










2013: Networking in style: Orphanage kids display art work received from Canadian Sunday School Children at Newton-Surrey United Church. The hope is to make the two groups of  kids  learn some aspects of global  issues....managers of tomorrow.




2013: Our Directors Jennifer and Peter are seen donating about 300 books and 3 computer laptops to this primary school where orphanage kids go.  Peter & Jennifer have a vision of  mobilizing the local community to initiate and teach technical trades that are self sustaining and income generating .




We make a conveyor belt of volunteers to sort out and park food hampers which easily distributed /donated to the needy homeless poor.







2013: This is the public school that the orphanage  kids go to school. It is called Kamuchege Primary school, the same school Dr Peter Njenga passed through. Peter & Jennifer promised the kids a library and few computers. As promised, these were delivered in 2013.



2014: Every student from class Std: 4 to 8 received the most recommended Text book revision series for the Kenya Primary School Curriculum.



Credit to  Jennifer Kube  Njenga  seen above with her dedicated Mom Mary Kube . Jennifer  ensures that donations (food and clothings) are organized and volunteers are available to do the job. Serving about 1000 homeless people in one food drive requires good management.








2016: December -These kids want to be shown love. We Give them love and we teach them the survival skills. One of them is now in High School and all the others are in St Lawrence  Catholic Primary School. We visit them at our own personal  expense to see how they are doing. We thank  the Manager Mr. John Wainaina (back left in the picture)  and Nanny Jecinta for doing a very good job




TO: 2017: September -  These 22 kids after school are saying  THANK YOU to all sponsors and donors and their Nanny and their Manager.



Peter is seen donating and discussing with those who need help . His heart is always broken when he sees homelessness happening in Canada. 






Ment (1) 2008:. We also support mentally challenged children  in Kenya.  Their needs are so many, yet the resources are scarse for them


Feeding Hungry in Kenya 2 2009: We Support Orphans at their grandparent’s residencies   in Kenya- a wholistic approach. But their living conditions are not good at all.


Vancouver Homeless 5

Since 2007 to 2017, we have been  participating in helping homeless people in Vancouver Downtown Eastside- with food & clothing . The need is so great . Lining up for food that we donate becomes necessary.