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CELEBRATING 7 YEARS OF SAVING AND TRANSFORMING LIVES

Fundraising DinnerThank you for joining us in celebration ofthe many miracles you have helped Caring Hearts and Hands of Hope create.

With over 350 donors and sponsors attending, our fundraising dinner on April 4th was an incredible success.

Vincent spoke of the key highlights of seven years of miracles, as well as the coming strategic plan that focuses on creating a self-sustaining school and beyond.

Thank you all for your kind and generous support not only at the dinner, but also for all your support over the years.

Blessings to each and every one of you.

It is with deep gratitude that I write to thank you, all Caring Hearts and Hand of Hope sponsors and donors. I wish you God’s blessings for your kindness towards the vulnerable children of Kenya. Here are brief highlights that reflect what your generosity and kindness have accomplished in 7 years:
  1. Tuition has been paid for 750 needy girls and boys in high schools and universities
  2. Purchased and now operate our own girls boarding high school (currently 160 girls)
  3. Uniforms provided for over 2000 elementary school students
  4. Beddings, safety and educational tools for about 50 blind students
  5. 7 modern homes built for widows
  6. Medical support for students
  7. Hygienic supplies for over 1000 school girls
  8. Community water for families near Caring Hearts High School
  9. Medication for AIDS/HIV+ women, mainly mothers whose children are sponsored through CHHH
But HOPE, the bottom line (probably the only line) of how your kindness has saved and transformed lives cannot be reported quantitatively--in numbers.

Please look at the photos of the four students we have followed since the emptiness in their eyes and lack of smiles expressed the hopelessness in their lives. Without your support, Dominic, Patrick, Pauline and Naomi would never have joined high school.

Today, Patrick is a high school teacher, Dominic and Naomi will be graduating soon to be teachers and Pauline will be an electrical technician. The hope and smiles on their faces are testimonies of what your kindness has done. But there is more.

These children, and many others, would have probably been forced into child labor, early marriage or destructive lifestyles. Some might have contracted and died of AIDS/HIV complications.

YOU HAVE SAVED LIVES!



Providing:

FIRST RATE EDUCATION
  • Hand-picked, well-paid Instructors
  • Computer Lab & Science Lab
  • Textbooks, Library & Study Areas
  • Youth Development Programs
  • Sports, Music, Art & Drama
NECESSITIES FOR LIFE
  • Toiletries & sanitary products
  • Uniforms and undergarments
  • Furnished dormitory with bedding
  • Three nutritious meals a day
CLEAN, SAFE, SECURE ENVIRONMENT
  • Modern plumbing & new well
  • Productive garden for fresh food
  • Sports field
  • Security staff
Science Lab
 
Caring Hearts and Hands of Hope

MAIL

Caring Hearts and Hands of Hope, Inc.

PO Box 7152
Boise, Idaho, 83707
(208) 376-8724

E-MAIL

info@caringheartsandhandsofhope.org

WEBSITE

www.caringheartsandhandsofhope.org

 
Caring Hearts and Hands of Hope

Our primary mission is to identify vulnerable orphaned children, and those from poverty- stricken families, in Kenya, who might be forced into early marriage, child labor or destructive lifestyles and give them a quality high school and university education.

We partner with sponsors who can provide $600 per year for four years or more with a specific child. Sponsorship provides room, board, tuition, uniforms, textbooks and safety.

Sponsors are provided information about their student, a photo and academic performance updates. We encourage sponsors to support their students, not just financially, but also by writing and visiting them when possible.

  • Caring Hearts High School basketball team the champions of 2016 regional tournament
  • Caring Hearts High School students performing for parents and guests
  • Caring Hearts High School students on a community service project cleaning Nguluni the nearest town to the school
  • Martina leading Caring Hearts High School students in a traditional performance
  • Vincent Kituku teaching Caring Hearts High School students how to plant onions
  • Brenda acting as the mother of Stephanie in a play entitled Daughter When You Grow Up
  • Kasiva Kituku presenting an award to Adhieu a 2016 senior class student at Caring Hearts High School
Caring Hearts High School basketball team the champions of 2016 regional tournament1 Caring Hearts High School students performing for parents and guests2 Caring Hearts High School students on a community service project cleaning Nguluni the nearest town to the school3 Martina leading Caring Hearts High School students in a traditional performance4 Vincent Kituku teaching Caring Hearts High School students how to plant onions5 Brenda acting as the mother of Stephanie in a play entitled Daughter When You Grow Up6 Kasiva Kituku presenting an award to Adhieu a 2016 senior class student at Caring Hearts High School 7

About CHHH

It all started in 2010, when Dr. Vincent Kituku returned to Kenya, his native country. He witnessed devastating poverty, caused largely by AIDS, and became demoralized. These children have nothing - not even parents - to provide for them or keep them safe. Dr. Kituku was inspired to help.

Understanding that the children's success in life would need to come through education - Vincent founded CHHH to provide high school scholarships for the hardworking, yet neediest of children.

After 8th grade in Kenya, schooling is by  tuition only. If a child lacks the $600 a year for school, food, room, books and uniforms, they cannot earn the education that will allow them to escape the poverty that surrounds them.

Hundreds of children have already benefitted from CHHH sponsorships, completed high school and gone on to college or university.

As the number of sponsored students grew, managing them in over 40 different schools was difficult. Through people’s generosity, grants and donations, an existing school, able to house hundreds of students, was purchased. Caring Hearts High School (CHHS) became an all-girls place of learning and excellence.

Sponsors are saving and
transforming lives.
Sammy before and after heart surgery
 

Sponsors have visited their students in Kenya on CHHH organized trips participating in humanitarian projects like:

  • Providing uniforms to 1,000 elementary school kids
  • Building modern homes for widows
  • Purchasing bedding, school supplies, Braille machine repairs and walking canes for blind students
  • Providing lunches for destitute elementary students



What can you do?
  • Sponsor a student for $600 a year ($50/month).
  • Invite Dr. Kituku to your workplace, school, house of worship or organization.
  • Host a fundraising event for your friends, neighbors, family and colleagues.
  • Share the mission of CHHH with others.

100% of your contribution goes to a targeted need.

Sponsorship for a child goes directly to education fees.

Donations are used for school improvement.

In-kind donors provide advertising, overhead and services.


 
John CHHH

 Partner with CHHH
in saving and transforming lives.

Education:
For hundreds of children in Kenya, CHHH has provided high school and college education since 2010.

Essentials:
Students are provided food, toiletries, clothing, hygiene items and  textbooks so they can concentrate on being successful learners.

Life-Saving Medical Care:
Sometimes medications, surgeries and procedures are needed to continue our students’ education. Poverty-stricken families cannot afford medications and/or treatment. CHHH's medical support allows our students to be healthy, learn, succeed and break the cycle of poverty.

Housing:
For students who live in the most deplorable conditions, CHHH builds their family a small, but safe and clean, house.



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There is still much to do!
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