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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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3 days 14 hours ago

Home of Peace Children's Home
Erick, our purchasing manager, has been grocery shopping again. It may seem a lot of food but remember we need to provide about 7,000 meals a month.
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1 week 7 hours ago

Day Care at Home of Peace
We provide a DayCare facility
for our pre-school children and
for the children of our staff at Home of Peace.

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1 week 4 days ago

PRAYER APPRECIATED We are responsible for supplying all the funds for running the Home of Peace Children’s Home in Kenya. A big part of this is the cost of food as we supply about 7,000 meals a month. Food Prices have gone crazy. See chart below. Average cost of food has increased by 44% in the past 4 months. Just one example. Maize is a staple of the Kenyan diet. 6 months ago, we could supply 6 sacks of maize flour for 33,000 KES it now costs 54,000 KES 33,000 KES at the exchange rate 6 months ago was £221

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2 weeks 3 days ago

I am not a financial expert but our charity receives money from wonderful supporters all over the world and then we send it to Home of Peace in Kenya to provide what is needed for food, medical care, education, staff, clothing, etc
In the past couple of days the exchange rate has dropped badly so when we send to Kenya it costs more. At the same time inflation in Kenya means everything costs more. Not good.
Today we received an email about this from a large Financial dealer. See below.
Prayers would be appreciated

T.L.C Childrens Trust

2 weeks 3 days ago

I am not a financial expert but our charity receives money from wonderful supporters all over the world and then we send it to Home of Peace in Kenya to provide what is needed for food, medical care, education, staff, clothing, etc
In the past couple of days the exchange rate has dropped badly so when we send to Kenya it costs more. At the same time inflation in Kenya means everything costs more. Not good.
Today we received an email about this from a large Financial dealer. See below.
Prayers would be appreciated

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1 month 3 days ago

Our latest Newsletter is now live at www.tlc-childrenstrust.org/newsletter-jan-to-june-2022/

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1 month 3 days ago

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1 month 2 weeks ago

We love hearing from children who have left Home of Peace and gone on to make a success of their lives. Friday we got an email from a boy who finished school and left a year ago Below is an extract from that letter. It seems we now have at least 2 who, having grown up in Home of Peace, are now doing well at university. We have others who now are qualified trades men and women and others who are working to make their lives productive Thank you for helping us support them. Without Home of Peace their lives

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1 month 3 weeks ago

Do you enjoy grocery shopping?
Twice a month we purchase food supplies for Home of Peace.
Remember we provide almost 7,000 meals every month.
Below is a picture of the last delivery of maize and also a list of the food supplies we typically need to buy. Note these are in addition to what we grow ourselves
Our sincere thanks to all those who, through their generosity, make this possible.
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1 month 3 weeks ago

We have been posting pictures of the Home of Peace Children starting their new school year which began last week.
We received a letter from the principal of the Secondary School and below is a copy.
We were encouraged by it and especially by his comments which I have highlighted in the image
They say:
"We also take note that the students from your institution have been performing wonderfully and of high integrity and discipline. This would have not happened in the absence of proper management of the institution"