Community Outreach

To raise awareness in Kenya, the following KSF’s Community Outreaches have made a big difference.

Garden of Hope Feeding Program Summer 2016

Volunteers Rosa Williams, Jaylan Wright and Susan and William Towns accompanied board members Alice Hastings-James and Irene Mwangi-Harvin in facilitating Garden of Hope Feeding Program. Garden of Hope’s Feeding Program will feed the children of Garden of Hope three meals a day for one year. This was made possible through donations raised by Rosa Williams through Greater Love Church and EES Ministries of Houston, Texas as well as several anonymous donors.

Volunteer Jaylan Wright, a high school student from Houston, Texas, reflected on her experience: “Gratitude is given towards your services and prayers to aid the effort of feeding three meals a day to the Garden of Home Center for children. We would like to personally thank Greater Love Church of Houston, Texas under the direction of Rev. Steven Barlow, Cynthia Hasting-James of Toronto, Canada, and family for their contributions and exposure that has made this project possible: feed over one hundred and eighty children. Thank you for helping fill stomachs, promote health and develop minds.”

Tanzanian Refugee Family

In Houston, Texas, KSF’s Community Outreach assists a young Tanzanian Refugee family consisting parents and four children with Kiswahili translation at medical, school and professional appointments.

In partnership with Encourage Empower Send (EES) Ministries and Greater Love Church Houston, KSF International provided a wheelchair, back brace, three and a half hours of physical therapy to a cerebral palsy patient.

The family appreciated all of the support we provided until Joy’s passing in September 2019


Garden of Hope Shoe Drive Summer 2012

In partnership with Greater Love Church Houston, KSF International provided 217 new pairs of shoes and 400 pairs of socks to orphans of Garden of Hope, Ngong, Kenya.

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