Friends of Kenyan Orphans received a grant from BVM Sisters to solarize water pump at St. Clare.
Start Making a Difference in Their Lives Today
Help us provide a community of support, a home, an education and most importantly, a full future of possibility for abused, orphaned and abandoned children in Kenya.
The FOKO Story
The story of Friends of Kenyan Orphans begins with two people, Bud and Sue Ozar, who have dedicated their lives to humanitarian work, and whose path led them to a country where they witnessed children suffering and were moved to try to help: Kenya.
Sponsor a Child
Your sponsorship of a student will result in a home, health care, education, and a safe and caring environment where she will form lasting and trusting relationships with both adults and children.
There are creative and mutually beneficial ways to support Friends of Kenyan Orphans through “planned gifts” where through thoughtful planning a win-win result is created for you and the orphaned and abandoned children of Kenya.
Some girls at St. Clare cannot go home to their villages over the holidays.
FoKO is thrilled to fund a necessary, safe lavatory facility for the children of St. Lucy's.
In Kenya, it is one of the best times of the year - summer.
FOKO Board members gathered the past few days in Detroit.
FOKO was recently able to provide books for the New Kenyan National Curriculum.