Kenya Initiative

Little Angels Centre

Wilben’s support of the Little Angels Centre, an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, began in March 2019 and continues to grow as we offer increasing support to the children in its care.

The Little Angels Centre provides a home to children who have been orphaned, abandoned or placed in care due to abusive home environments.

Initially we provided support for the orphanage to rebuild and repair their premises, including renovating the dormitory, replacing all the broken windows, painting the walls and repairing any broken beds. The bathrooms were also fitted out with new and properly functioning taps and shower heads. In addition, we donated new mattresses, blankets, bedsheets and mackintoshes for the babies in its care.

Rewardingly, we were also able to reach out into the wider community around the orphanage, engaging local labourers to help with the renovations and repairs and purchasing all the required items from small wholesalers in the community.

We continue to support the children of the Little Angels Centre by funding their education and paying the centre’s monthly electricity bill. A lack of funding for education has been a source of stress and underperformance for many of the centre’s children who possess a love of learning and bright plans for the future.

Wilben has already covered the fees of 8 students in their final year of school and hoping to enter university. We continue to sponsor more children through their education, enabling them to not only stay in school but to fulfil their ambition of going to university.


Little Angels Centre


Nairobi, Kenya

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Our support
  • Ongoing funding for education
  • Ongoing payment of electricity bill
  • Clearance of outstanding electricity bill
  • Clearance of pending school fees for 8 students
  • New dormitory
  • New dining area furniture
  • Renovated showers
  • Replaced broken windows

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