Meet and Greet Event
Let us share with you the stories of the amazing young girls we are helping to save in Kenya.
Network with our team and try some brewpub favorite foods.  First brew (or wine) on us!
One of the graduates of St. Clare School in Meru, Kenya will be joining us!

More Information & RSVP

Present this VOUCHER anytime the day of the event and Conshohocken Brew Pub will donate 20% of your bill to FOKO.

The Situation

Imagine a life spent living on the streets, no guarantee of food or shelter, constantly threatened with physical and sexual abuse, and no access to education. Now imagine you are 10 years old. This is the unfortunate reality for thousands of orphaned, abandoned and abused girls in Kenya today.

Kenyan Orphans

Young girls (6-12 years old) are often forced to marry older men and must work as their slaves, laboring intensively, caring for livestock, carrying wood and water, and doing their husband's bidding. Others are orphaned at a young age by HIV and tribal conflict or forced to run away from abusive homes and female genital mutilation – a practice that is still popular in some areas of the country. These children are targeted and sexually abused by both their older husbands and strangers who take advantage of their situation. Unlike the government funded programs in other developed nations, there are very few, if any, places these girls can turn to for help in Kenya.

Friends of Kenyan Orphans

Without the fundamentals to survive and the struggles and threats of everyday living, many live in a constant state of stress and fear. Their situation is dire. Organizations like Friends of Kenyan Orphans provide the means for them to have a chance at a childhood, a life. We've experienced first hand the impact a helping, loving hand has on the life of these girls. The laughter, singing and fun of being a young girl returns once they feel safe, cared for and are given a chance at a future.

These girls are strong and brave but they can't realize their dreams without your help! You can provide support through a general donation or by sponsoring a girl directly.