• Saving children's lives

    Saving children's lives

    Imagine an Africa where every child has the opportunity to develop their full potential.

  • A Dream for Africa

    A Dream for Africa

    Child sponsership changes the lives of children and sponsors. MCF's view of child sponsership has its roots in an Africa proverb: "It takes a village to raise a child."

  • Flood Disaster hits Kenya and MCF

    Flood Disaster hits Kenya and MCF

    MCF wishes  to thank all of its friends, partners, prayer and financial supporters who have helped us walk the road to recovery since the havoc in April 2013.  Your contribution has made a big difference as all green house repairs have been completed along with structural repairs on two dams.

  • 25th Anniversary

    25th Anniversary

    Help build the Mully University College to Celebrate 25 years of Service to the Children of Kenya.

  GrandpasCan 2014







 Flood Disaster Project Completed!


 Disaster Relief Fund

 Greenhouse Repair 1

Repairs on GreenHouses Complete

Greenhouse Repair 2

New crop of Tomatoes planted in GreenHouses


Reconstruction of Earth Dams


Planting of Vetiver Grass to prevent erosion.


Upcoming Mission Trips

 Missions  will be coming soon..........






Coming Events

MCF invitation TCCC Gala  - 2014 resized

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.....


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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