Meet Patrick and Voyot. One day not so long ago we were visited by two women. One bagan her story in Swahili and the other helped translate. She is a widow and the boys are her grand nephews. The boys never knew their Dad so when their Mom died, the boys went to live with their grandmother on Nairobi. Life was difficult and the boys began the street life. One day the great aunt was asked to save the boys from the streets. So though she did not have much money and no regular job she opened her heart and house to the boys and struggled to get them into school. After a home visit we decided to assist with the education funds. We would help with school fees, uniforms, shoes, books. Bags etc. The next Sunday the boys were at our gate with a rooster. It was a thank you present and later yhe same day potatoes arrived. The gratitude from the aunt and the smikes on the boys provide the motivation to keep on. This is how your donations change luves. A pen; a notebook, a book bag , a book not only brings a smile but also provides the tools of hope.
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