Give A Face Investment Program
Orphans and vulnerable children have experienced trauma such as poverty, abuse, neglect, abandonment and loss of one or both parents. This impacts the core of every area in a child’s development. Due to this trauma, orphans and vulnerable children have unique needs that require intentional intervention by trained and caring people.
When you become a Give-a-Face Investor, you give more than just education, food and clothing, you will create opportunity. Your gift supports the care and growth of the whole person throughout their lives. By providing a hand up so they can develop the gifts God gave them to help themselves and one another, community is recreated in the child's life. Now, no one ever is without someone who supports and cares for them.
Through our Tembea Nami-Walk With Me Generational Mentorship Program, Ambassadors and trained professionals come alongside each child offering trauma counseling, individualized attention and focused development of the child’s gifts and talents. No child ages out or gets left behind.
The children/young adults awaken to who they were meant to be and gain the skills needed to be forever changed, bringing healing and hope for a new path of success.
When you financially support our programs, you’ll witness the change that occurs when, once unseen, these children and young adults become visible through acceptance, intentional and individual focus, and specialized training. A future and renewed hope are now a reality.
Empowering Hope in one child at a time…
As a sponsor you will receive:
Quarterly updates about the program you’ve chosen to support
Facing It Review Newsletter with Ambassador's Face-to-Face Mentorship Stories
A highlight bio of several of the children benefitting from the program.
Mentorship Training Programs
Vulnerable girls and teen Mothers in poverty
Children caught in the cycle of poverty
Maasai Community support and development
The HUHO Adventure
Value Camp for orphans and vulnerable children
The Ubuntu Life Center
Orphans in Nkubu
Educating Slum Children