SPONSOR A CHILD

Give the gift of education

Sponsoring a child can help them, and their community, break free from poverty.

 

Have a look at the children below and hover over the photos to read their stories. If you would like to know more information about sponsoring, please read our FAQs here. We also ask that you please read our sponsorship terms before sponsoring a child. 

 

Please click the sponsor button next to the child you wish to help, and proceed to set up a direct debit.

 

Please note that 100% of sponsorship donations go to the children

SPONSor a child

 

KOITANKEI KIPING'OT


Koitankei has had a horrible 12 months. She lost both her parents, and has been seperated from her siblings. She is the second eldest and therefore has taken on a very maternal role. She has now however, been given the opportunity to attend high school. Koitankei deserves the chance to continue her education so she can acheive all of her dreams.

KOITANKEI
 KIPING'OT
$100 (NZD/AUD) per TERM or
$300 YEAR
SIYOTE OLIORUM

We have been following Siyote's story for a number of years now, first meeting her in 2015. Her mother suffer's from mental health issues, and often leave's Siyote and her siblings with her grandparents. Her family earns little to no income and struggle to send her to school. Right now she has an outstanding fee balance, and we are hoping to place her into boarding school. Can you help?

SIYOTE

OLIORUM

$100 (NZD/AUD) per TERM or
$300 YEAR
PETER LERINA

Peter's older sister is Jane, the girl who attends our House of Hope. One day, Jane was sexually assaulted, and Peter caught the incident happening. He physically restrained the man with his friend, however, he escaped. This sad story is one of the unfortunate circumstances Peter has to endure. He is a hardworking and polite boy, and will do well in the future if given the opportunity. 

PETER

LERINA

$62 (NZD/AUD) MONTHor $205 per TERM
YANOI KINGOROSH

Yanoi attends Kumpa Holy Mothers Primary School and does well despite her challenges. Her father is quite elderly, he supports Yanoi's education, but is now too told to be able to work. They family is extremely poor and cannot afford food, let alone boarding school fees. Boarding allows for three meals a day, clean clothes and a comfy bed. Can you help?

YANOI KINGOROSH
$100 (NZD/AUD) per TERM or
$300 YEAR
SIYIOYIAN KIRSIKAT

Siyioyian is a beautiful girl, whose parents try very hard to keep her in school. During the last drought in 2017/18 all her family's animals died, leaving with them no income. For now, her parents have bought her a school uniform (compulsory to attend school), but the principal says no school fees, no school!

$100 (NZD/AUD) per TERM or
$300 YEAR

SIYIOYIAN KIRSIKAT

ERICK SAMPERU

Erick is 11 years old and is going into Year 6 boarding at Ilbissil Academy Primary School. He enjoys playing football with his friends outside and helping his mother with chores. Unfortunately, Erick's father is an alcoholic and whatever little money they earn is irresponsibly spent. Erick would like to "travel all over the world" one day. 

$130 (NZD/AUD) per TERM or
$390 YEAR

ERICK SAMPERU

KIRRINKAI TUMPEINE

Kirrinkai is going into first year of highschool this year. He is a bright, hardworking boy who really applies himself to his work. He is very softly spoken and polite, and the way he has been raised is a credit to his mother. Kirrinkai's mother has no real employment and takes up casual work where she can, meaning the future of his education is uncertain.  

$62 (NZD/AUD) MONTH or $205 per TERM

KIRRINKAI TUMPEINE

SELEINA PASUA

Seleina is going to high school this year, but her mother is not in a position to pay her school fees. Seleina did really well in her primary school graduating national exams, and wants to continue her education. Seleina tells us: "I don't want to stay at home, I want to go to high school. I want to succeed."

$62 (NZD/AUD) MONTH or $205 per TERM

SELEINA PASUA

GILBERT NDANYARI

Gilbert Ndanyari is an orphan and he is raised by his sister. Despite being almost 16 years old, Gilbert is just starting highschool this year because he has missed so much of his education and he fell behind. Gilbert just wants to go to school like any other child, and hopefully join the Army one day. 

$62 (NZD/AUD) MONTH or $205 per TERM
GILBERT NDANYARI

LEMITA NCHOONKA

LEMITA NCHOONKA

Lemita is going into his first year of highschool, after experiencing a rough start to life. His father is an alcoholic and often neglects the family, forcing his mother to raise the children alone on no salary. Lemita would like to be an engineer one day and create water systems for his area in Kenya that is often plagued by drought. Can you help him?

$62 (NZD/AUD) MONTH or $205 per TERM

Children already sponsored

 
SEMEIYIAN IS NOW SPONSORED

SEMEIYIAN KEEN

SPONSORED
YIANTAI IS NOW SPONSORED
YIATAI NGUAR
SPONSORED
NANCY IS NOW SPONSORED
NANCY NANETIA
SPONSORED
NASERIAN IS NOW SPONSORED

NASERIAN SHIRIM

SPONSORED
ISINA KITIMA
SPONSORED
ISINA IS NOW SPONSORED

SAETUAN LEKIMANI

SPONSORED
SAETUAN IS NOW SPONSORED
 
TOMONIK IS NOW SPONSORED

TOMONIK KAISEIYIE

SPONSORED
 
KIKANAE IS NOW SPONSORED

KIKANAE KAMERI

SPONSORED

LEMAYIAN

LEKIMANI

SPONSORED
 
LEMAYIAN IS NOW SPONSORED

SAITOTI KONE

SPONSORED
SPONSORED
 
SAITOTI IS NOW SPONSORED
KIMERIAI IS NOW SPONSORED

KIMERIAI

LETEIYIO

SPONSORED
 
JOY IS NOW SPONSORED

JOY

MUTERI

SPONSORED
RETOE IS NOW SPONSORED

RETOE MATIPEI

SPONSORED
SEMAIYIAN IS NOW SPONSORED

SAMAIYIAN

SALAASH

SPONSORED

PERIS

KAISEIYIE

SPONSORED
 PERIS IS NOW SPONSORED
ROPIAN IS NOW SPONSORED
ROPIAN KAYIE
SPONSORED
 
LITO IS NOW SPONSORED
LITO KAISEIYIE
SPONSORED
 
NASERIAN IS NOW SPONSORED
NASERIAN LASAANI
SPONSORED

SISION

LOOMUYIAN

SPONSORED
 SISION IS NOW SPONSORED
 

SPONSor a child at house of hope

Kumpa's first and only 100% non-profit special education centre

JACQUELINE LERINA

Jacqueline is 3 years old and is the daughter of Jane. Jackeline's family can barely afford food, and every day is a struggle. Jacqueline was born as a result of rape and her mother, Jane, also has special needs and attends House of Hope as well. For $25 per month, you can supply Jacqueline with food (including extra food for the weekends), basic medical care, clothing, diapers, and incidentals.

$25 (AUD) MONTH

JACQUELINE LERINA

PARAKONI SINDERIA

When Parakoni first came to the House of Hope in January 2018, she had up until that point, never left her home. She was withdrawn and timid, and would not engage with other students. Now, Parakoni is a bubbly, bright young lady who loves to dance, and is developing her social skills day by day. Parakoni's Mother says she never imagined her daughter could be so happy. Can you help by providing her with food, clothing and medical treatment?

$25 (AUD) MONTH

PARAKONI SINDERIA

RICTON

Ricton is a playful 7 year old boy who has spent the majority of his life misunderstood. He has assumed severe autism, and is non-verbal. Instead, Ricton expresses himself through biting and hitting. However, with love and care, we have seen Ricton develop into an affectionate, bright, bubbly young boy who doesn't feel the need to bite or hit. Ricton is in need of sponsorship for a playpen for while he is at home as currently he is tied to a pole. 

$100 AUD

RICTON

JANE LERINA

Jane is a beautiful 20-year-old girl. She is the mother of Jacqueline, whom was conceived via rape. Jane's story is absolutely horrific, so we will not disclose it here. However, if you would like to read it, you can find it here. Jane was the inspiration for the opening of the House of Hope, and she continues to thrive here. 

$25 (AUD) MONTH

JANE

LERINA

VIVIAN SIMANTOI

Vivian is the newest member of the House of Hope, only starting in January 2019. She is assumed to have autism, and has never received any form of education - meaning she does not know how to read, write, count, or even care for herself. For only $25 AUD month, you can help Vivian to become a happy, outgoing girl by supporting her education and health.  

$25 (AUD) MONTH

VIVIAN SIMANTOI

ELIZABETH TIATEI

Elizabeth, or Eliza as she is known, is a 14-year-old girl, and is incredibly bright. We have high hopes for Eliza in the future, as does she. One day she would like to become a hairdresser, singer, or seamstress. We think all of these are equally possible. Eliza LOVES to sing and dance, and is not often found doing anything else! Can you assist her in food, clothes, and medical care?

$25 (AUD) MONTH

ELIZABETH TIRATEI

SPONSor a child's startup costs

 
SCHOOL UNIFORM

Purchase a school uniform for a child without one, so that they may attend school. Uniform is compulsory in Kenya, and children cannot attend without one. 

$50 AUD

SCHOOL UNIFORM

PURCHASE ANIMALS

Animals are almost a form of currency in rural Kenya, and many families rely on them heavily for income. Help families to be self-sufficient by purchasing them either a goat or a sheep for only $50 AUD per animal.

$50 AUD

ANIMALS

ONE-MONTHS FOOD FOR HOUSE OF HOPE

Supply the House of Hope with a one month supply of rice, potatoes, fresh produce, lentils and beans! This is sometimes the only meal the children will have for the day.

$85 (ONE MONTH)

ONE-MONTH FOOD FOR HOUSE OF HOPE

BOARDING SCHOOL START UP COSTS

Children are required to purchase a number of items before they can attend boarding school. This includes all bedding, nightwear, sanitary items, a chest for storage, and other incidentals. This is often out of reach for families who cannot even afford food. Can you help?

$70 AUD

BOARDING STARTUP COSTS

PURCHASE NEW CLOTHES

Some children only own one or two pairs of clothes, and these are often tatty and ripped. Help a child going into boarding school build their confidence by purchasing some new clothes for them to wear. This includes practical shoes, underwear, and a warm jacket. 

$40 AUD

NEW CLOTHES

PURCHASE MEDICAL TREATMENT

Many families cannot afford to take their children to see the local Doctors at the private clinic. Instead, they choose to treat them with, often ineffective, traditional medicine that sometimes proves to be fatal. Help us prevent any unnecessary deaths by contributing to the cost of medical treatment for children.

$50 AUD

MEDICAL TREATMENT