Oasis for Orphans exists to rescue orphaned and vulnerable children in Kenya and to develop them physically, spiritually, economically, and socially, enabling these children to one day be contributing members of their community and future leaders in their country.
We see a day when thousands of vulnerable children, neglected by society, are connected to loving sponsors and rescued into homes where they will be developed holistically, restoring hope to the children and the communities where they live.
Mr. Michael Hindes
orphaned children kenya orphan children's home family care education high school sponsor sponsorship child
P.O. Box 1144
Wheaton, IL 60187 USA
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Caring for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children
Oasis for Orphans exists to rescue orphaned and vulnerable children in Kenya and to develop them physically, spiritually, economically (educationally), and socially, enabling these children to one day be contributing members of their community and future leaders in their country.
Oasis has been in existence since 2004 and helping to rescue and develop children through various orphan care models. The success of our program is seen in the faces of our children as they graduate from high school and are well adjusted adults equipped to support themselves and eventually their families for a lifetime.
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