Orphan kids Help Foundation (OKHF), we provide resources to orphanages to cater for young people with hope for a better future. We believe each child is special, created by God for a purpose. Through a "traditional home" environment, the children live with Christian houseparents' These orphanages teach discipline, character, integrity, and a consistent walk with Christ resulting to children being positive and productive members of the society, hence leading to a generational impact.OKHF depends on funding from members, donors, business sponsors etc. Annual program offerings include Concerts, Festival, fundraising dinners, and a variety of educational programs/workshops/seminars
Orphan kids Help Foundation; we provide resources to orphanages that enable children sustain their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. We also try to build awareness of the despair faced by orphan children around the world and the ways in which their needs can be addressed. Fostering development efforts that bring about self-sufficiency to individual homes and the children raised in them.
We think of our work as a vehicle to create opportunities for children hoping for a better future. When children experience trauma in various forms, it has a definite impact on them socially, emotionally, educationally, physically and spiritually. Our work connects those we serve with the world around them while focusing on helping them overcome the educational deficits that plague them.
We will act with integrity, honesty and openness clearly explaining our priorities and the purpose for which we are raising funds.
We will respect the privacy of our donors by not selling or exchanging their names and honor all requests for anonymity. We will acknowledge those donors who wish recognition in an appropriate and balanced manner.
We will be fiscally responsible with the funds entrusted to us by our donors by ensuring that those funds are distributed effectively. We will account to our donors regularly.
Let us put smiles on their faces!
“We call that person who
has lost his father, an orphan; and a widower that man who has lost his wife.
But that man who has known the immense unhappiness of losing a friend, by what
name do we call him? Here every language is silent and holds its peace in impotence”