We have a new baby boy. He is three months old and was recently rescued from sad and tragic circumstances; enough to say he was found to be severally malnourished, weighing only 3kgs.
Already we can see hope in his wee eyes!
Little one, you are loved, you are wanted and your life matters!
Our three Family Homes are now all operational.
Left to Right: Conlon House, Kiwi House and Spark House
We have three beautiful Family Homes in our Children’s Village, but looking ahead we have need for another one or two more.
With seven more children due to transfer from our Babies Home mid-2018 to a family home, the FOP NZ Board of Trustees have agreed that funding towards another family home would be the priority for their next capital funding project.
Family homes are just that – family homes. Places of belonging, love, encouragement, protection and where dreams for the future are nurtured.
The cost to build a brick three bedroom family home is approx. NZ$75,000 at today’s exchange rate.
Would you, your club, your church or even your business consider partnering with us in this project? Any sized donation would be acceptable and appreciated.
To make a secure credit card donation or a secure ‘account to account’ transfer please click on the donate button on this website. For a reference please use the code: GACAH (Give a child a home).
To all who support our work in some way may the gifts of love, peace and happiness all be yours this Christmas.
We so appreciate your financial support, your encouragement and your prayers as we continue to ‘rescue critically vulnerable children, protect and ensure they enjoy their rights and freedoms, transform them, restore their hope and create an environment where each of them gets an equal opportunity of living his or her potentials to the full’
News just in this morning of great excitement at our FOP Rwenjaza Hillside School – the older/top class of children from the nursery section graduated to the primary school section and our oldest FOP child was one of those who graduated!
Check out her smile.
A group of our toddlers are learning to make crafts out of local raw materials as part of our child development programme.
Potential engineers in the making?