Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families

by Raising Futures Kenya
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families
Help 60 Vulnerable Children Stay in Their Families

Project Report | Sep 23, 2014
Happy Endings

By Kirsty McLullich | Fundraising and Communications Officer

Peter
Peter

It's always good to share good news so we thought we would share this with you!!

Over the past few weeks, two little boys from the St Andrews Baby Unit have been placed with local adoptive families.

Peter is almost three years old and was found abandoned in a rented room when he was five months. His family was never traced. Moses was abandoned when he was just one day old and was brought to the St Andrews Baby Unit two days later. He is about to turn two in the next few weeks.

Both boys have benefited from the shelter of the unit and the care of Matron Lucy and her dedicated team. As happy as they have been during their time at the unit, ultimately a family setting is the best outcome that we could hope for and we wish them many years of happiness with their new parents.

Our thanks to everyone who has supported Peter, Moses and all of the other children by contributing through GlobalGiving. Your generosity has a real impact on young children and babies in Kenya which is why we wanted to share this story of happy endings with you.

Thank you!

Moses
Moses
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Raising Futures Kenya

Location: Brighton, East Sussex - United Kingdom
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Twitter: @raisingfutures
Project Leader:
Vic Hancock Fell
Nairobi , Kenya

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