Each week we have the chance to highlight a ministry or nonprofit organization that is making a difference in the world. Today we have the privilege of highlighting The Kenyan Children’s Project, a UK nonprofit.
The Kenyan Children’s Project was founded by Stuart and Chloe Glassborow, who now live in London, Kenya. Stuart is a veterinary surgeon and Chloe is a personal fitness trainer, and they both have a heart for the orphaned and fatherless in Kenya. They first visited Kenya in 2001 with a clean water project, where they met the children that they would come to love and serve. They began to raise funds to build a Children’s home where abandoned and orphaned street children could come and live. In 2006, they welcomed their first five street boys into the home, and were able to feed their needs over the next years, including food, medical care, and education. In 2010, they broke ground for a girls’ home in the same city. At this time, they have 75 children in their care.
They have seen lives changed through the work that they have done, and continue to do in Kenya. They now own 21 acres of land and have named their campus the Faith village. The faith and work of the Glassborows shows that even a few people can make an incredible difference in the lives of children. I’ve only been able to capture some of what they do here, so please take the time to go check out their website and Facebook page, and pray that their work will continue to be fruitful in Kenya.