The Good Samaritan Children’s Home
Different activities as cleaning the children’s dormitories, washing their clothes, cleaning the cow shed and cleaning and washing the compound and well others preparing the food. The mbuzi for lunch which we had just received from the donation.
The chidren looked healthy and well fed, happy and jovial. No cares in the world whatsover not quite sure of tommorow but very bright future. The children go to church on Sunday and have their daily lives together. Its amazing what a blessing these children experience growing in this family. I had a rare opportunity to seat in the back of the closing ceremony for the charity event on the 26th June, 2021 to see what others were leaving out, to feel what others had missed but most importantly to listen and observe. I was particularly touched by the brief to the point speech by the director of The Good Samaritan Children’s Home. The many blessings that she said and proclaimed on us still resound. It was indeed uplifting and refreshing.
Worth noting was how my piece of cloth had widely grew to become a large bundle of cloth which an astonishingly large bags of food and even a goat, I saw the power and the strength in the coming together and in the pooling together and in giving.
We arrived at Good Samaritan Children’s Home at 0800hrs and divided ourselves into subgroups which were in charge of doing The children shared stories of how they came to the home remembering with teats but of course pleasant that at least it turned out that way.
The Young Catholic Students had initiate the the visit, but The TU-K Student fraternity took on the call as of their own, mobilizing, organizing and giving to the children. It brought togetheir everybody from all spheres of life. Political and Religious factions not withstanding.
The comitee in charge of this successful charity visit were:
- Peter Mutinda
- Sebastian Gisemba
- Agere Sigunga
Thanking for the team and a good job they did with love and sacrifice.
By Philip Onyango - Moderator