Hope & Service
College Scholarship Fund

The Hope and Service Scholarship provides worthy orphan graduates with the opportunity to further their education through technical training or a college diploma.

This scholarship brings hope to the recipients as the doors of opportunity are opened that have otherwise remained shut. A meaningful, marketable skill will enable the student to return to Huruma and serve at the children’s orphanage, giving back to the orphanage that has given so freely to him/her.

It costs approximately $2000 annually per student to attend college. Donations of any amount may be made to the Hope and Service Scholarship Fund. 100% of every donation is used for the education and personal upkeep of the recipient. There are currently 16 students enrolled in college. The next class of high school students finishes in November.

Launching a New Scholarship Fund

  Annually, orphans graduate from Huruma Dolor Faith Secondary School in Kenya.  Upon completion, some of the orphans go back to their family clans or to their villages of birth. Even with the…

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Meet Elphas Ombima

Elphas Ombina came to Huruma in 2009 after both parents died. He was in Class 2. He graduated at the top of his class with high honors and he is attending a four year university in Nairobi, Kenya.…

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