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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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1 week 14 hours ago

I have recently been reading reports about using artificial intelligence to generate text so I logged into a free website and I asked it to "Tell me about the Home of Peace Children's Home in Kenya" Note that I did not supply any other information not even a website. Just the simple request. I was impressed by the result. Could not fault it in any way. Here is what it said. Home of Peace Children's Home is a children's home located in Kenya that provides care and support to orphaned and vulnerable children. The home is run by a Christian

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2 weeks 3 days ago

At Home of Peace, we are dedicated to providing our 55 children with the best possible future, and that starts with education. We are proud to offer them accommodation, food, clothing, medical care and 8 years of primary school and 4 years of secondary school. We are confident that this will give them the best chance for a successful future. Unfortunately, the new school year starts in late January and we are still approximately £3000 short to cover uniforms, books, school fees and other costs. If you can help, please visit www.TLC-Childrenstrust.org/sponsor or contact us through the contact form on

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3 weeks 3 days ago

The children arrive at Home of Peace with nothing. We provide their accommodation, food, clothing, medical care and education until they turn 18 years old. Education is vital if they are to have any chance of a good future, so they get the full 8 years at Primary School and the full 4 years at Secondary school. We have 55 children. It costs a lot of money, but I can’t overstate the importance of their education. Sadly the new school year starts in late January (just after Christmas).We have most of the necessary funds but at this time we are

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3 weeks 5 days ago

Thanks to our wonderful supporters the children at Home of Peace Children's Home in Kenya had a lovely Christmas and New Year.
Here is a short video of some of them singing and dancing.
Enjoy

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1 month 1 week ago

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1 month 2 weeks ago

Below is a message I just received from one of our Trustees. It warmed my heart Aren’t people lovely! (Name removed) is an avid supporter who loves our children. Someone in the village wanted their dog walking for about a month due to an injury and they wanted to pay her but she said no but she’d accept money for HoP and has just brought me £50 which I’ve transferred. That is real love. She is not the only one. Someone else has a part-time job cleaning and maintaining his village bus stops. He does this every week no matter

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1 month 2 weeks ago

Please Help us Bless These Children Here are a few of the children at Home of Peace Children’s Home in Kenya. Children committed to us because they have nobody else to provide for them. We provide everything including accommodation, food, medical care, clothing and education. At Christmas we want to bless them and also the children of our hard-working staff. So a total of 107 children. We want to give them a special celebratory meal and a gift of clothes and shoes. This year, because of the world cost of living crisis, we have received far less funds for our

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2 months 4 days ago

LEADING BY EXAMPLE We have previously mentioned the massive increase in food prices in Kenya and how it impacts Home of Peace Children's Home. Today the BBC reports the following which, in my opinion, is showing leadership by example. Kenyan ministers will forgo their salaries for one month in solidarity with people who have been affected by the ongoing drought in parts of the country. A statement from the presidency said the cabinet agreed that the funds collected from all members of the cabinet would contribute to the state interventions to support the affected Kenyans. It also noted the "unacceptably