YOUR Charities Couple's Kindness to Kenyan Orphans

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), October 3, 2011 | Go to article overview

YOUR Charities Couple's Kindness to Kenyan Orphans


IN July 2002 Terry and Judi Mott and their two children, Tom and Ellie, spent 12 months living in Kosele, a small village in an extremely poor part of rural Western Kenya.

In that year they started a children's home and school. Nine years on, the children's home and school in Kosele are thriving.

Unfortunately the frequent droughts, HIV, unsafe drinking water and a lack of affordable treatment for diseases like malaria, TB and typhoid continue to make Kosele a very tough place to live.

Terry and Judi are still committed to the work they and have established Hope and Kindness as a registered charity to support their work Terry Mott taught for 40 years at Stratford High School.

The charity Hope and Kindness he his wife Judi founded runs the Kosele Christian Community and Children's Home near Lake Victoria.

Hope and Kindness cares for orphans and runs a primary school for both the orphans and children whose parents can't afford the fees for other schools. The 170 pupil school takes pupils from four up to 12.

The charity also pays the fees for the higher performing pupils to go to secondary school.

There are plans to set up an agricultural college for pupils with lower grades. Hopes are high the college will be open in January 2012. the start of the school year in Kenya.

Among the charity's supporters are pupils at President Kennedy School in Rookery Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, who recently donated Tshirts and cash they had raised at a sports event. …

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