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.

 

Spring 2014 Mission Team

Blog | Spring 2014 Mission Trip Pictures

The team of eight that went to Kenya last month had a great time making new friends, getting a few projects completed and learning about the beauty of Kenya. See their trip captured in pictures by clicking the picture below. Click on the box in the bottom right portion of the picture to make the […]

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Blog | June Mission Team Aims to Add Playscapes at PCH Campus

This June, 37 people, mostly from southern California will travel to our Kenya campus to spend time with the orphans, students and staff there. They will perform many activities there, including teacher development, teaching guitar lessons, art lessons, science lessons, counseling services, a health clinic, sports & dance activities and a photography project. In addition, […]

Susan

Blog | Meet the New PCH Psychologist

Meet Susan, our new Psychologist at the PCH campus in Kenya. Susan has completed her Psychology Bachelors and Masters degrees and is a PHD candidate in Psychology at Daystar University in Nairobi. She started in January and made an immediate impact on the children at the campus. Her primary focus is to provide counseling services […]