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Child Sponsorship

 

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There's an African proverb that says it takes a village to raise a child.

Please click here to sponsor a child

TPC

TPC August 2015- Interested in joining a team to Kenya? –Here is your chance to help transform the lives of destitute Children in Kenya.

 

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If you would like to donate towards TPC please use the Donate button below

Upcoming Mission Trips

RHCCC 2015 July 2015- Please help Donate now to a Medical Missions trip

 

If you would like to donate towards Medical Missions Trip please use the Donate button below

 



Choir Tour Coming!

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The Mully Children's Family Charitable Foundation, the Canadian arm of MCF is currently making plans to bring 16 members of the Mully Children's Family Choir for a six week tour of Canada in November and December of 2015. Charles and Esther will accompany their children and look forward to reuniting with Canadians who have traveled to Kenya to volunteer at MCF.

 

If you would like to donate towards Mully Children's Family Choir Tour please use the Donate button below.

   

  

  


Coming Events

 

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Call For Volunteers!

"If you are interested in getting involved in the 2015 Choir Tour in anyway
please contact the office".

 

Who is the Mully Children's Family

 

Today, 300,000 children in Kenya are abandoned, homeless and live in the streets! 

 

· Rescue and rehabilitation of street children is not easy.

· Street life is dirty, violent, and short.

· Kenyans are fearful of street children and  look as criminals.

· Police often harass and beat the children.

· Boys survive by collecting garbage.

· Girls are forced to resort to prostitution.

· Street children continually live in fear.

· All street children become malnourished and sick.

· Street children have NO HOPE for a decent life.

It seems like an impossible problem that

no one can solve.....

PROJECT RESCUE !

Still on the Streets

Your donation will make a difference
You can help save street children’s lives “One child at a time”. 

Donate Now

Project Rescue

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