Who We Are
BCC Africa in Kenya is registered under the Societies Act of the Laws of Kenya as a charitable Christian organisation. It is governed by a Kenyan Board.
At BCC Kayole (Soweto), there is a home for 100 orphaned and vulnerable children, and a pre-primary and primary school for about 240 students educating children from the surrounding community and also the BCC kids. At the Soweto centre, there is also a community library and a church.
At BCC Mwea, there is a home for 70 at risk and orphaned boys and girlswho attend the local primary and secondary schools.
The BCC kids are aged from 5 to 18 years old. They share common stories of abandonment, abuse and loss before coming to BCC.
With guidance, compassion, counseling, love, acceptance and hope, hearts that once hurt begin to heal, smiles return to faces and laughter can be heard. Resilient and determined children find brothers and sisters. Home parents and the BCC team walk hand in hand, dedicated to seeing each boy and girl become all that they dream.
Bethlehem Community Centre also focuses its attentions to children who whilst living with family members, find it difficult to get the opportunities for a good education. The BCC Community Kids are often in desperate need, so providing assistance to children and their families is paramount to the aims of the organisation.