My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for African Childrens Haven, Galveston, TX, USA
Starkid school & Rescue centre in Nairobi - Kenya (Africa) has no words to describe the enormous support from African Children Haven ever since 2014.
Our population is 245children to date. Among these children 87 children live in the school shelter(42 boys & 45 girls). The shelter children are 6-19 years.
These children have been rescued from child abuse, child labour, early marriages, early pregnancy, drugs, mistreatment, torture and violence.
These children need love, protection, clothes and other needs inorder to persue their dreams and change their future. Being poverty stricken with some children having no parents, this dream would definitely be aborted. Our slum would in turn be more insecure and more violent!
This is where ACH has been like that cement/ building block between the children and their dreams! ACH has supported the Centre with feeding, teaching materials and equipment, facilities, infastructure and running costs among many others!
Recently, we have started computer program courtesy of ACH! They are working to ensure that we have enough hopefully by next year.
We would like to acknowledge this huge support which has kept the children off the streets, given them a shelter and education to make them better persons.
Lastly i would like to appeal to all people of good will to support ACH. They have vowed to fundraise,so as to help our Centre to relocate to a more secure place to avoid closure. This would help protect the children from going back to where they had been rescued from.
What else can i say, ACH is only a click of a button and you are assured of their help!! 5stars for them!
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Appeal to all charities and people of good will to team with ACH to empower it to do more and reach out to all people in need all over the world!!
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