It was joy and celebrations at the Jesus Love Ministry Children’s Home following a visit by a group of businesspersons from Eldoret.
The businesspersons – in both small and large scale had made a visit with one purpose – to share festive season’s love with the over 80 children, a majority of who are orphans.
During the visit, the businesspersons led by Lawrence Njoroge Kangara and other business partners shared food and other non-food donations to the Children’s Home.
Under the name Team Njoro, the businesspersons also spared time to celebrate with the children.
Founder of the Jesus Love Ministry Children’s Home Bishop Wilson Kurui welcomed the visit, which he said would go a long way to ensuring the children live in a better environment.
“Team Njoro visited us to share the festive season love because as a Children’s home, we have no sponsor like many other similar institutions. We depend on well-wishers to get food and financial support that is also used to pay school fees for the children,” noted Bishop Kurui.
Currently, the Jesus Love Ministry Children’s Home has over 20 students in various secondary schools within Eldoret town and 5 in different colleges, with the rest also in primary school.
Bishop Kurui is now calling on well-wishers to support the children’s home, especially during this festive season that is used to share the love with the less fortunate in society.
“We welcome all to share the love with the needy this season. As a children’s home, we are open to receiving any kind of support, from food donations, uniforms, cheques for the school fees among other kinds of support,” he said.
Some of the schools where the children learn include Sosiani, Wareng, and Racecourse Secondary schools
Aside from the 80 children at the Jesus Love Ministry Children’s Home, Bishop Kurui also hosts about 20 children at his rural home in Ngeria, Kapseret Sub County.