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Thank you for your interest in the work of T.L.C. Children’s Trust.

We have only put some very basic details on this page.  You can easily find full information by going to the various pages listed in the menu at the top of the page.

Our registered reason for existing is stated as:

“The charity’s objects are to relieve the needs of orphans and other underprivileged children and young people in Kenya in particular but not exclusively by the provision of funds for food, clothing, accommodation, education and medical care”.

TLC Children’s Trust provides for 56 children at the Home of Peace Children’s Home in Kenya.
The Home of Peace Children’s Home is registered with the Kenyan Government and subject to regular inspections by the Dept. of Children’s Services. The children are placed with us by the Children’s Court who also review their committal on a regular basis.

Without our support, these children would be left to live on the streets and many would no doubt die. We provide them with accommodation, food, education, clothing, medical care and the attention of our staff who have a real desire to do their best for these children.

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No money is held back for our administrative costs.

100% of gifts received goes to the Children’s Home. Our Trustees personally cover the overheads.

Home of Peace Children’s Home is located in a rural area of Kenya and provides accommodation, food, clothing, medical care and education for vulnerable children and orphans.

Home of Peace Children’s Home is registered by the Dept. of Children’s Services of Kenya and it is run under the direct supervision of T.L.C. Children’s Trust who monitor everything very closely.

We maintain daily contact with the home and are able to verify where every penny is spent.

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Click here to see our “Support Page” and find out how you can help us to help these vulnerable children.

Without our support, these children would be left to live on the streets and many would no doubt die. We provide them with accommodation, food, education, clothing, medical care and the attention of our staff who have a real desire to do their best for these children.

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21 hours 1 minute ago

READ ALL ABOUT IT
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6 days 1 hour ago

Do you have children who have sat exams?
Do you remember when you sat exams?
A stressful time
Here is a message we received from our Manager at Home of Peace Children's Home in Kenya
Our children in primary school will be sitting for their exams from the 28th of November 2022. Please Pray for them as they undergo their eight-year test.
Our secondary school students in Ndori will be sitting for their final form four examinations from the 2nd of December 2022. Please Pray for them. www.TLC-Childrenstrust.org

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3 weeks 2 days ago

A couple of pictures from Google map. Click on link to view on Google or click on picture of map image below to enlarge it. www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Home+of+Peace+Childrens+Home/@-0.0173159,34.4175469,823m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x19d557947880c245:0x5e5a614960796fdd!8m2!3d-0.0173159!4d34.4175469!16s%2Fg%2F11fsdqxb41?hl=en

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3 weeks 6 days ago

We have some big children and some small children and every size in between. Thanks to your support we produce over 6,000 meals a month and they all have a healthy diet. Thank you!
www.TLC-Childrenstrust.org/support

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1 month 3 days ago

The Home of Peace Day-care looks after our youngest children and those attending ECD (Early Childhood Development) classes after they finish their 2 hour ECD session.
Hellen manages the Day-care and here are some pictures as they enjoy their break for a cool drink. Necessary in the tropical heat of Kenya. www.TLC-Childrenstrust.org

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1 month 6 days ago

We want to say an enormous thank you to God for His faithfulness and for giving us such amazing supporters such as you. Yesterday we said we had a problem. I know many of our supporters spent time praying for God to provide and many gave an immediate donation towards the urgent need. Thank you! I am now able to send Home of Peace the funds they were expecting and relying on. So the children will be fed, the staff wages paid and God's work at Home of Peace can continue. If you were one of those who sent a

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1 month 1 week ago

We seem to have a problem but there is a solution The problem. Part 1. The cost of food and everything else has gone crazy in Kenya and as a result Home of Peace needs more money to meet the basic needs. Part 2. In the UK costs have also increased so very sadly our support is down Part 3 The UK exchange rate is awful. I will not get into a political discussion but the recent fiscal problems in the UK have caused the value of the pound to drop. SO. We need more money, we are instead receiving

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1 month 1 week ago

The Kenyan Trustees of Home of Peace Children’s Home meet every 3 months to monitor the work, make suggestions and report back to us in the UK. They also individually visit as often as the like and can inspect anything without prior notice. The meetings last for a long time and also involve informal chats over lunch and an opportunity to visit everything at Home of Peace and chat to the staff. In the pictures you will see James, our previous Manager who has retired but is now Chair of our Kenyan Trustees Mary known as the Prayer Warrior Samuel.

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1 month 3 weeks ago

Home of Peace
Boy's dorm roof and ceiling repair completed

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1 month 3 weeks ago

Workers repairing the dormitory roof after the storm damage at Home of Peace Children's Home