The facility provides up to 600 school-age children an evening meal, study materials and a safe place to be after school and on weekends, along with access to counseling services for the individual and family every day. Entrepreneurship programs for women are being developed as well, including training in basic business skills. While the center has only been opened since June 2014, its programs continue to evolve to meet the growing needs of the community. We celebrate our partnership with the “Ray of Hope” center as Kenya Works moves into its second decade of “Partnering with Communities, Expanding Opportunities” throughout Kenya. Help us continue to give the children of this community a safe place to thrive by donating to Kenya Works.