Providence Children’s Home

In the mid-1990′s, Joram Githumbi died on the operating table three different times as Esophageal Cancer was trying to end his life. Joram later said that each time his heart stopped, God gave him the message that He wanted Joram to help His children in Kenya who were being left homeless when their parents died of HIV/AIDS. Joram lived to found Providence Ministries, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, doing business as Providence Children’s Home (PCH) since 2000. There are over 2 million orphans in Kenya and PCH will certainly not reach them all. Our mission is to provide for the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of up to 400 Orphaned Vulnerable Children (OVC), who have nobody to serve as their guardians when their parents have died. They have become wards of the state and are living in very poor conditions. To help meet their needs, PCH purchased a 16 acre campus with an operating boarding school and later added a Clinic to serve the local community. We are currently seeking sponsors for some of the newest orphans to come to our campus and are constructing our 3rd orphan home in hopes to complete it in 2014. Won’t you help these children through a generous donation today? Click here to find out more.


Bishop Sammy Gitaari and Lilian Njuguna

Blog | PCH Fundraiser In Kenya Big Success!

The Kenya Board of PCH held a fundraiser on March 1 at Ngong Presbyterian Church in Matasia, near the orphanage. This is the church the girls attend on Sundays, and their pastor, David Ntore is one of the Kenya Board members. All the Kenya Board was present as were the staff of the Orphanage Home. […]

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Blog | PCH Benefits from UMC Advance Matching Program

The United Methodist Church (UMC) Advance office held a one-day Donation Matching Program on December 3, 2013 to encourage donors to make additional donations to projects supported by the UMC. PCH is acknowledged as a sponsored project by the UMC and was included in the matching program. The UMC Advance office agreed to match the […]

APU Student Therapist Assigned to PCH & JGMA Summer 2013: Larry Savedra, Kelly Havlin, Sharon Hou, & Noel Roberts (from left to right)

Blog | Azusa Pacific Psychology Students Visit PCH

For the past five years a group of select graduate students studying psychology at Azusa Pacific University (APU) traveled to Narobi, Kenya every summer. The Graduate Psychology Kenya program affords students the unique opportunity to provide an array of mental health services to children and adolescents in a global setting. This program was designed by […]