Street Children Fund

Providing food, clothing, shelter, education, and medical care to orphans and vulnerable children of Kenya, Africa.

Meet our kids.

New child interviews for an opening at the Joseph Waweru Home School.

New child interviews for an opening at the Joseph Waweru Home School.

The Street Children project began in 1997 when Expanding Opportunities’ founder and director, Beverly G. Stone, started a small feeding program with the assistance of Pastor Joseph Waweru. Over the next few years, as funds grew and the organization was finalized, the Joseph Waweru Home School was built in the small village of Mangu to house up to 16 boys.

Today, the Street Children Fund:

  • provides meals for children living on the streets;
  • gives scholarships to children whose families can’t afford secondary school fees;
  • buys uniforms and books so children can attend school;
  • helps homeless children trace family members who are able to provide them with a home and some stability;
  • helps children gain access to needed medical care;
  • operates the JWHS Children’s Home providing a home, schooling, health care, and family atmosphere for 16 homeless boys;
  • is helping establish Gordon Clem Academy Aremiet Mixed Secondary School, a public high school to serve the students in the greater Aremiet area of Isiolo County, Kenya, Africa.