Stellah Nangavo Age 14


Your sponsorship of $125 per month will give this precious child the necessities to survive and the tools to thrive. Your monthly pledge will help pay for food, clothing, schooling, living expenses, and medical treatment, giving them the opportunity to live a life they only dared to dream.

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UPDATE: Stellah has thrived as she's been able to live at Seed's Children's home. She's now 14 years old, in the 8th grade and loving school. One of her favorite things is playing games and skipping rope with her all her sisters. She's funny and loves to tease with us when we visit. It's great to see her smile and enjoy being a little girl. We're looking for a new sponsor for Stellah so she can continue her journey through the Mighty Acorn program; helping her finish school and break the cycle of poverty off her family forever.  We'd love someone that would write her, encouraging her, which will bring huge value to her life.

ORIGINAL STORY: Little Stellah, she lost her dad before she was born. He was killed during a time of national unrest in Kenya during the elections of 2007. It was a horrible time in Kenya as tribal tensions saw many people killed through out the country. Unfortunately her father was among them. Since that time she has lived on the streets of Kitale with her mom and older sister.  Stellah's  mom was orphaned at a young age, so  she has had no family to turn to for help. 

Stellah's  situation came to the attention of our partners at Seed's Ministry recently as her mom was seeking help for the girls. She has been having difficulty supporting them with just the bare essentials and their health is suffering. So our partners have reached out to us  for sponsors for both girls so they can have a safe place to live and all their needs provided - as well as being able to attend school. Can you help Stellah  - we would love to connect her with a sponsor that will write her and let her know she's important and she matters?

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