Over the years we have lacked a vehicle to transport the children to and from their regular activities of attending school, shopping for food and supplies for the home, and visiting medical providers. This lack of vehicles creates a constant struggle for us to transport the children to where they need to be. Transportation safety […]
The Setauket-based Hope Children’s Fund, a local charity that supports AIDs-affected former “street children” at the Jerusha Mwiraria Hope Children’s Home in Meru, Kenya, found a novel way to continue their fundraising effort, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Every year since 2005, the Fund has hosted a Bi-Continental 5K Run/Walk to generate income for the […]
ANY TIME up to November 1, 2020 ANYWHERE you choose for the 5K distance Raising money for our children during the pandemic has been quite a challenge. But not all has been lost. This year for safety purposes we will have a virtual run/walk. For those unfamiliar with virtual runs, participants can run or walk […]
April, 2020 Dear Friends of Hope Children’s Fund, In this time of crisis, we hope you and your family remain safe and healthy. Certainly, the world is a better place with kind people like you in it. We maintain our commitment to the orphans and vulnerable children we support. Please know they are safe and […]
Hope Children’s Fund proudly announces our “Passion for Education Gala” to be held on February 16th, 2020 at The East Wind Long Island. Details to follow. Contact email@example.com for further information. 100% of all proceeds will go to educate the children of the Jerusha Mwiraria Hope Children’s Fund Home in Meru,Kenya. H.C.F. is a NYS […]
BI-CONTINENTAL CROSS COUNTRY 5K RUN/WALK The 15th annual bi-continental 5k run took place on June 2nd in both Meru, Kenya and Port Jefferson Station. The simultaneous event raises funds and awareness for the jerusha mwiraria hope children’s fund home in Meru, Kenya. We currently support 89 orphans and vulnerable children.the race winners receive the matt […]
Two of our young men just graduated from Mt.Kenya University. Kelvin Mutuma Naari graduated with a degree in Medical Laboratory Science. Edwin Muguna graduated with a degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering. We wish both graduates the best of luck in the job market.