"I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it for I shall not pass this way again."
- Stephen Grellet
No One Should Live Without Hope!
The Nyumbani Orphanage Village
Nyumbani delivers comprehensive medical and home-based HIV/AIDS services in crucial areas of need: diagnostic services and critical medical care, holistic family and community building, education and preventative care, environmental sustainability and self-reliance.
The need for Nyumbani couldn’t be more pressing: Over 200,000 Kenyan children are infected with AIDS and an estimated 1.1 million Kenyan children are orphaned due to AIDS.
Nyumbani’s caring, intensive, whole-child model works. It is a community-based method that is powerful and replicable. Our goals are sweeping – to reduce HIV/AIDS transmission rates and improve quality of life for thousands of affected children and communities.
The School of Hope
School of Hope Foundation seeks to provide a wholistic education that frees vulnerable youth of Kibera to realize their dreams and to live for others.
The Foundation was formed in 2017 to provide fundraising and operational support in the US for St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School for AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children in Nairobi, Kenya. The Foundation seeks to make donations impactful by providing funds for Jesuit college preparatory education and opportunities for college to young men and women while instilling in them the values of service to their community.
Smiling Angel, is an Italian NGO Association. It has been constituted in November of 2008 , by Giorgio and Maria Pia Abate, after the loss of their only beloved 18 years old son Simone, in order to give a smile to the the abandoned and needy children and adolescents, realizing small playgrounds and playing areas, inside pre-existing structures around the world.
Smiling Angel, also deals with the renovation of the structures that give hospitality to children, through works of building and painting restoring, realization or improvement of the hygienic-sanitary services and development of educational plans and study actions, to improve the psychological growth of children, as well as to promote, with every useful way, the health, the education and the professional formation of the infancy and adolescence.
Thanks to Isaac Hanna I am also a graduate in Kenyatta University with a degree in Film and Theater Ads. I want to appreciate Isaac for taking his time and resources to support the needy students in the slums. This is a great approach and I’d love to tell you, Isaac Hanna, to keep reaching out to the community and mentoring most of us.
Brian Odiembo Abira
Meeting Isaac Hanna was like staring at a shooting star at the right time. And it came when I really needed it the most. So I really say thank you to Isaac Hanna for funding my education. It’s a great honor for somebody who really doesn’t know you to educate you. I really thank Isaac Hanna, and may he continue with his project of educating the needy.
Killion Jaketch Juma
I’m a beneficiary of Isaac Hanna’s scholarship, which has helped me. If it were not for this scholarship, then I don’t think I could have moved this far as I’ve moved. By then, we talked he agreed to help me. I consider Isaac Hanna as a role model. Yea, because of his advice. Nothing comes easy. But above all we need to respect God…those were his words to me.