Family Assistance

Victory Foundation Programme has found that in order to improve and maintain the lives of impoverished children; we must strive to support and improve the conditions of the entire family.

In an effort to create a more comfortable, safe and sanitary home, Victory Foundation Programme has developed a family assistance program to provide relief in times of need.

Sponsored families may receive benefits such as:

  • bedding, dishes, eating utensils and cleaning supplies
  • home repairs and furnishings
  • emergency aid after natural disasters
  • community improvement projects, like tube wells and sanitary waste systems
  • activities to promote values, skills and civic involvement
  • microenterprise support

For families struggling to get by, on just dollars a day, household essentials become luxury items, and emergencies can shatter already fragile finances.

The family assistance program helps families in need, and provides some comfort, security and peace of mind

Sponsorship Programs


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Advocate Center

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Your monthly sponsorship gift of $180 will provide:

  1. Emergency food as needed
  2. Medical and dental care
  3. Educational support
  4. Family assistance
  5. Clothes
  6. Shoes and more!

Sponsorship Program

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Contact Information

Trust Mansion Hse, Suite 5,
Tubman Road Off Koinange
P.O.Box 12903-00100, NBI-Kenya.
Tel: +254-20-2152224/5 | Cell: +254-733844336
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