Send Orphaned Teens from Kenya to High School

Feb 8, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day

Toddlers enjoying a sunny day
Toddlers enjoying a sunny day

Here are a couple of toddlers who live at the Good Samaritain Children's Home wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day.  In the past 5 years the GSCH has accepted more young children in its ranks, with babies sometimes left on its door step.  In prior years most of the children in the home were of school age.  An elementary school is housed on the grounds of the home.  High school age students study in local schools, technical schools, and boarding schools.  We are very proud that these toddlers will receive a good education from this infancy through secondary school.  High school students with high grades may qualify for a free university education.



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Laura Salazar

Ph. D., Executive Director
Grand Rapids, MI United States

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