Today we have been Supporting families with the produce from our Streets of Hope garden #homegrown #familysupport.
Today the boys at Hope House were delighted to receive the gift of new clothes kindly donated by our friend and supporter Marilyn! Thank-you Marilyn for your kind donations - the boys were so pleased with their new clothes and they all look pretty smart too!!👕👖😀
Celebrating success at today's Graduation Ceremony!! 🎓🎉🎆
We are so proud of all that John and Kevy have achieved! #Graduates #Congradulations
Thank-you to all that have helped make their success possible.
This last month our new garden has seen huge amounts of hard work, dedication and bucket loads of watering!! 💧🌱🌾🌽
As well as providing us with food for the day centre and a small source of income we have also been using the crops to benefit the families of the children that we are helping.
By providing families with crops to sell we are giving them a vital source of income to care for their children and keep them off of the street. Any crops that they don't sell can be used to feed their family too!
The street children are loving helping in the garden and are learning lots of new skills along the way! #marketgarden #homegrown 🌽🍅🌶
Mentoring is an important part of supporting the children who attend Hope House and this month we were joined by volunteers from the International Youth Foundation to help!
The International Youth Foundation (https://www.iyfnet.org/) work across the globe equipping and encouraging young people to succeed and we were delighted to welcome them to Hope House to share some of their wisdom and life lessons with Musoma's Street Children.
We shared a great day together and the boys were hugely encouraged by their visit - we hope to partner with them again soon!
Thanks to ASV for showing their support to Streets of Hope by donating money to wear their Christmas Jumpers today!!
A massive THANK-YOU to everyone that supported us at our Streets of Hope Quiz last night!
We raised an amazing £470!!
1.35 million Tanzanian shillings which will go a huge way in providing street children with the care, support and opportunities that they need to get off of the street and out of poverty.
If you weren't able to make it to the Quiz Night but would still like to support us then please click here to donate.
The last 2 months at St.Anthony's College has seen Kevy and John settle in well and loving learning new skills of welding and metal fabrication. They have learnt so much already and the teachers are really pleased with their dedication and progression!
The boys still visit us every weekend at Hope House and we love to see how happy and grateful they are for the opportunity that they have been given. :)