We rely on donations from individuals, companies, and organizations. We kindly ask for your support to enable us to carry on this noble, Godly and humanitarian cause.
WE ARE GLAD YOU ARE HERE!
Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans
and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.
—James 1:27 New King James Version (NKJV)
We provide humanitarian supplies to more than 700 families in extreme poverty. Support us to keep this work going!
We maintain programs and causes to help the sustainable development of Kenyan people.
We are committed to innovative approaches that will help improve the living conditions of Kenyans. We welcome Collaborations, Networking & Partnership!
The story behind
Sanitary pads program
Fountain of Hope Life Center is a non-profit organization founded on the Christian principles of compassion, care, and non-discrimination and we serve the less fortunate in the society. Our drive comes from James 1:27 in the Holy Bible. Based in the Kiambu County, we also run programs in the needy communities of the neighboring counties Nairobi, Machakos, and Muranga. In 2017, partnering with the Garsen-based NGO Alive-2-Serve, FOHLC launched a menstrual hygiene and humanitarian program in the Tana River County providing social support and menstrual health education and supplies to needy young women ensuring that they do not skip school and do not suffer neglect, humiliation, and sexist attention.
FOHLC Main Causes
We are passionately committed to preserving Kenya's people through social engineering and sustainable development. We work for the future by handling current problems with responsibility, love, and care.
Youth Development & Empowerment
Serve as a fundamental tool for eradication of all harmful vices facing our society including violations of Human Rights and contribute towards the achievement of Kenya’s Vision 2030 & the Millennium Development Goals.
We would like to expand our capacity building and training opportunities to humanitarian workers and disadvantaged out-of-school Kenyan youths offering them free online training and resources. We are seeking funds to set up a computer lab complete with reliable internet in Kenya. This online training will cover the topics of leadership, community development, and conservation, etc. The training programs will be provided through the networks established by our project manager, James Waruiru. If we get local support and set up learning centers with internet access, Community Tool Box (CTB) at the University of Kansas, USA, is willing to explore possibilities of offering virtual training to needy Kenyan youthful population to promote self-reliance. Help us make this a reality!