Since our inception in 2008 Hearts For Love Worldwide has been accomplishing humanitarian projects in Kenya.  Over the years making a difference has been our most rewarding journey. 


With your help we have managed to inspire and empower others.  Below you will find what we have accomplished to date.  We hope the future will bring many more opportunities. 
Thank you!     
 
Money raised and donated made it possible to build the St. Paul's Childrens Library and Computer Learning Center in 2008.  With books and computers it allowed them to see the world from a different perspective.  All the materials and construction was done with the local villagers creating jobs and income. Before and After!  A remarkable difference.
 
      
 
In 2008 The Teen Mother Covenant Center was established by a local woman from Kenya with a $1000 generous donation from a family in Arizona.  The Center works with young teens from the age of 10-18 who have been raped and become pregnant, with many being orphans.  Their needs are met in education, emotional and spiritual counseling as they learn to care for their child.  Currently we have no pictures to share in order to protect the children but will share photos of the center in the future.
 
A co-op called "UPENDO" (love in swahili) was formed with adult men and women where they can sell their crafts.  Small business management coaching, and marketing skills were shared.  Over the course of a few years the group has been able to not only care for themselves but take a percentage of their proceeds and redirect them back into the co-op in order to care for vulnerable children within their community.
 
 
 
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We have many opportunities for you to help the children of Kenya!
HFLW and other generous donors have taken on the task of sponsoring students with their education. Total students sponsored to date are 12.  Sponsorships will be ongoing and we look forward to having other families take on the responsibility with us in the years to come.  Education is important to these children as they know that education will give them the opportunity to succeed in life and lead them from poverty. Here are a few of these students...we wish them success on their journey in the years to come!  To date 4 of our students have completed their secondary education and are now holding down jobs and pursuing higher education!
   
 
Food assistance is an ongoing task.  Funds are always needed to provide the staples for the school lunch programs.  A grade school class raised $800 which fed 70 HIV/Aids children in an orphanage for over six months.  A little money can go a long way.  HFLW continually supplies funding for food concentrating mainly on the children's programs, schools and elderly caring for their grandchildren and orphans.
        
Medical and Health issues are just as important as food assistance.  HFLW has managed to provide first aid and medical assistance to many these last 7 years.  Mental health is also important and this year we were able to advocate for a young man named Michael who suffered from PTS after experiencing tribal clashing and genocide conflicts during '07/'08  in Kenya.  We cared for his mother who recently lost her life to stomach cancer.  But  Michael is a survivor and is thriving today!  Then there was Paul, who had his first eye exam and received his first pair of glasses at the age of 19....a whole new world opened up before him!  Little Stacy, born with a vision impairment went to the eye clinic too, and we found that she will need Cornea surgery.  We will follow through with her as she becomes of age for the surgery.
And then there was Catherine....a 10 yr. old little girl held hostage!  She should of been released from the hospital after the first 30 days but her mother could not pay the bill.  Instead Catherine was kept for an additional four months with the bills mounting.  Her care was sub standard, and her mother had to provide the meals and care.  A church donated a small portion of the payment, but it was later learned that there was corruption in the hospital accounting dept.  After an intervention Catherine was finally released with a minimal bill to pay, and the opportunity to pay with terms.  
        
 
Construction on toilets for Tusemezane Day Care and Family Program Center was completed.
 
                   
 
 
In 2015 ~ children were sponsored in school, a day care was provided for, and a sustainable farm was begun to provide financial resources for Tusemezane Day Care and Family Program.  Toothbrushes, clothing, and other needs were met while in Kenya during May thru September. 
 
Throughout the year we supply shoes, books, school supplies, backpacks, mosquito nets, and clothing.  We continue to work tirelessly for our Kenyan families.  Here in the United States HFLW has given out three scholarships, furnished blankets, clothing, coats, and supplied food items to our local homeless shelter each year.
 
We have new projects unfolding in 2016-2017.  Our Volunteer Programs are up and running and this year we hope to make an even greater impact... thank you everyone for your continued support!

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