Sponsor a child for $50/month
This provides basic care for the children including food and schooling.
**The Kenya Dream Centre rescued children require more sponsorship because each child requires 24-hour care from our professional caregivers, housing, healthcare, medication, schooling and more.
Dream Centre: Anisha Lee Ahadi
Anisha was abandoned near a market on the roadside. The police found her and brought her to the hospital to get checked out and later brought to the Dream Centre for care. Anisha means Grace and one who brings hope. Lee means Healer & Ahadi means Promising.
Anisha is a strong and healthy girl who loves to babble and laugh.
Rwanda: Aline Ishimwe
Aline is an energetic girl and loves jumping everywhere. After the death of her father her mother has struggled to provide, and they are both malnourished. Aline has also been having issues with her teeth and needs treatment. When Aline grows up, she would like to become Miss Rwanda.
Rwanda: Francine Uwase
Francine lives with her mother who is unable to provide for her because she is disabled. Her mother has a chronic disease and is very weak. Francine is a sociable girl and enjoys playing with her friends. Francine wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
Kenya: Peter Mungai
Peter is looking forward to High School! He is a kind, mature, and compassionate young man who is very protective of his siblings. He enjoys reading, studying and cooking!
Rwanda: Christian Ema Dusabe
Christian was found all alone by his grandmother at his mother abandoned him. His grandmother is unable to take care of him due to her old age. Christian is always wanting to cuddle and to be held. He is not speaking yet but is learning a few words. Christan has an allergy and needs treatment.
Rwanda: Eliya Isubirizigihe
Eliya is a sweet boy and loves to play. His father recently passed away due to a tragic accident, and he is now staying with his mother. Eliya does not know how to speak yet but has been learning a few words.
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Home of Hope Director, Brian Thomson, was the first to start sponsoring a child in Rwanda. When he was there in 2006, he met a mother who was dying of AIDS and her four children were going to be homeless and left to fend for themselves... [READ MORE]