A third of the way there!

Our Sustainable Funding AmountCongratulations! So far, we are a third of the way to our goal of sustainable, on-going funding!

To support Faya Orphanage, we need approximately $1700 Canadian (at current exchange rates) per month in on-going sponsorships. This amount is crucial for the children to be taken care of at Faya, as well as the administration of the  House 2 House program. (Additional direct costs of the community House 2 House program are on top of this.) 

Thank you so much to the wonderful people who have signed on as sponsors, and to the other wonderful folks who have made a one-time donation, which is helping us meet our obligations this month!

Please encourage your friends and family to get involved as well.

Our thanks!

Vulnerable Children Society Board Members

New Sponsors / Catch-up Donations Needed

Over the past week, the board of directors drew up a budget and figured out the sponsorship amounts for each sponsorship category. Since both the orphanage and the House 2 House program share administrative costs, but the orphanage has larger fixed costs and the H2H program is all variable… this was not an easy task!

However, we’re comfortable and confident moving forward. We’re also happy to be telling everyone about the new organization and what is in place.

Please consider sponsoring a child in Faya Orphanage, or a child or family in the Adama community through Faya’s House 2 House program. All the children are deserving of help and could really use your support.

Since there is a funding gap between when Faya Fund Corp. (the previous fundraising organization) closed its website and when we opened our virtual doors, any one-time donations to fill that gap are highly need and super appreciated!

Faya Orphanage finds a new home

Faya Orphanage has been relocated. The director has found a lovely new home in Adama, with more rooms, a nice clean bathroom, and even a small playground for the children. This new abode will afford the staff and children more space and room to run. (Anyone who visited the previous location would know that it was homey, but very very cramped.) Congrats on your new digs, kids!