Who is Star of Hope?

Star of Hope Children’s Centre is located in Bungoma County, Kenya (near the border of Uganda). Star of Hope provides a safe, loving home for 30 vulnerable children who lost their parents to HIV/AIDS, armed conflict, abandonment, malaria or other diseases; and in addition provides an education and meals to more than 150 village children whose families would otherwise not be able to afford one.

Star of Hope Centre, USA is a non-profit organization that raises money in support of these goals.

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When the new school year started in January, Star of Hope grew to 200 students in classes from Pre-K to 8th grade. Please help us continue providing these students the best education in the Bungoma region. 

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Harvest Time at Star of Hope!

'Tis the Season for Giving Thanks

100% of proceeds go to support the kids!

Harvest time in the fields and a new crop of students!

Read about the new greenhouse's first tomato harvest, how the posho mill is strengthening ties with the village, the kids studying for their exams and MORE in our September newsletter. (Click here)

Message from Leonard
"The kids have been in a good state of health. We had some good rains, so we were able to grow lots of vegetables and herbs. The political atmosphere kept us a little on edge forcing early ending of academic programs. We are grateful for your caring and support."

Thank you for any amount you can give.  

Your dollars go such a long way in Kenya 
$100 feeds three students for a month. $15 buys a new pair of shoes,
$185 covers a year's tuition for one student. 
Thanks for whatever you can give.

As you make your gratitude list this Season, please remember Star of Hope Centre.

Changing the world, by changing these children’s lives, is something we can all be thankful for! 

Read about what Star of Hope Centre is grateful for.

See photos from the our summer Dance for the Stars here and the video here.

If you couldn't make it, you missed one great party. But it's never too late to donate! Thanks.