A sudden surge in admissions of children in crisis has stretched accommodation to the limit. We need your help to ensure vulnerable children have a safe and comfortable place to sleep. Amongst the new residents are those impacted by the economic consequences of covid-19, a girl fleeing abuse, and victims of a house fire. The sanctuary offered at Future Stars is vital at times of crisis but, without enough beds, the situation is less than ideal.
Joshua: Another ‘victim’ of employment. With no work in Kibera or the surrounds, his father must travel further afield to earn enough to survive. Future Stars steps in to help.
Choosing between food and your child is something no mother should ever have to do. Hezron and Cindy are innocent victims of extreme poverty. Read more about two children in need of support.
Precious comes to Future Stars! Another child in need given a home whilst her mother recovers in hospital. Read more of her story and how you can help.
January 2020 brought exciting news for a long-stay resident, Tashley Shaniz, who has lived at the rescue centre since she was a baby.
Fantastic news! A family home has been found for Emmaculate with her uncle and cousins. She departs Future Stars for the next chapter in her life.
Future Stars is NOT a children’s home. The hope is always to find a family home for each of the children in the care of the rescue centre. Here are a couple of success stories as Florence and Emmanuel find their new homes.