Orphans & Vulnerable Children Care

School fees, uniforms, learning material and scholarships for ages 5-20 are provided by sponsors ...

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Child Care Feeding Program

At the present we provide lunch for 125 children at the Kawangware church and Prince of Peace School...

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HIV/AIDS Support Groups

Regular meetings and counseling, finance training is provided to assist persons in generating self sustaining income...

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Rehab Rescue Center

A safe haven for rehabilitation away from street prostitution with the purpose of reconciling young girls/women with their families...

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What We Do

Feeding Programs

Through the support of NSP - AID we are feeding over 60 children at Kawangware...

Community Outreach

We are a support arm of the churches working more with the community where there is need...


Supporting children from day care to college level, a huge percentage is in primary and...

Community Awareness

Microfinance initiative/ Rearch craft widows and vulnerable women empowerment in Githurai...


Eunice Kashampi Mtari
"Eunice was to be married off while still in class 4, her father had been promised a large herd of cattle as dowry by an old man whose age is five times Eunice’s. She ran away from her parent’s home when she realized that her father was organizing a ceremony for her marriage. She was rescued by a good Samaritan who directed her to the area chief, the chief brought the case to Heart to Heart requesting for the girl to get support for education. She is now in a boarding school studying hard to get good grades and become a lawyer to fight for the rights of the Maasai girls. Some of the abuses include forced marriages, FGM – female genital mutilation, and property rights. The Photo was taken when she was at home for three days holiday.

Nicholaus Awende
"Nicholaus is paralyzed due to spinal TB from HIV/AIDS he has a wife Mary Wairimu and his two children Maureen Wangui and James Kaumba. He has been bed ridden for the last 6years, he cannot be able to stand and walk by himself, he has to be assisted even to attend to calls of nature. His wife is does a small business selling vegetables. He would improve if he could get support to do physiotherapy this would help him manage with life, now there is a new place for physiotherapy in Kibera where he could get have physiotherapy, the cost per visit is 3dollars and its near his home."

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