Hands of Grace Kenya

Our commitment to share the gospel and demonstrate the love of God in practical ways is a priority. This is demonstrated through outreach to those in need, food drives and numerous Thanksgiving, Christmas and back to school outreaches. Our recent focus is being broadened to a greater emphasis on discipleship/cultivation of deeper relationships with those we encounter. The goal is Christians focused on bearing fruit to build God’s Kingdom and mature others.

Hope For Kids

The main focus lies in supporting children from low-income backgrounds with cancer diagnoses through their treatment, recovery and healing by partnering with local hospitals and organisations such as H4CK. Of the 3,000 approximate number of children diagnosed annually in Kenya, there’s a 20-30% survival rate, compared to 80% in developed countries.

Where it’s needed most

Oncology Ward Care Packages

Children fighting cancer are often abandoned for long periods of time at Kenyatta National Hospital, spending up to a year in the hospital at any one time. Furthermore, the children we want to support come from low-income backgrounds and are sometimes unable to cater to basic living expenses. With this in mind, Hands of Grace Kenya has organised for 60 care packages to be delivered to the paediatric oncology ward of one of our partner hospitals on December 16th, 2022. We have so much to be thankful for, help us give

This Thanksgiving, get involved by giving $113 to support each child. We will spend the day visiting with children at the pediatric oncology ward at the Kenyatta National Hospital during which time we will read to them, play with them and pray for them.

We will also distribute care packages to each child containing:

  • National Health Insurance Cover for 12 months
  • Bible
  • Coconut milk powder which helps with the children’s nutrition while they are undergoing treatment
  • Vaseline petroleum jelly
  • Toothbrush
  • Bar of soap
  • Story book
  • Crayons & colour pencils
  • Drawing/colouring books

Project Reach - Food Drive

Three consecutive seasons of drought have affected parts of Kenya that were expecting rain during those seasons. According to the United Nations, around 2.9 million people in the affected regions are in urgent need of aid, and more than half a million children are acutely malnourished.

As a result of the drought, tens of thousands of farm animals have starved to death, pastures have withered and wells have dried up. We cannot stand by and watch.

Project Restore

Our mandate is to revitalise the people of hard hit communities by restoring basic necessities where children, many orphans, suffer horrible and some inhumane conditions (lack of food, dilapidated facilities for education, inability to pay school fees, few teachers, no electricity or gas, and unbelievably more). We’ll empower the identified communities to build and hope again!

It is important to us that we also help the communities in the long term. To ensure this, our next step, together with our local church partners, will be to help the people revive their livestock farming and help establish a consistent water source via a borehole.

Project Usafi

Girls across the world miss school, and older women the ability to manage their period for work due to the lack of sanitary supplies. This is unacceptable as no one can tolerate a week’s disruption in capacities requiring full availability. Girls fall behind in school and sometimes drop out altogether and will further miss opportunities in life. Many revert to using unsafe substitutes for sanitary pads.

The solution is to provide school age girls and childbearing women with a regular and safe supply of feminine hygiene products. This allows them to live modestly, and to go about their daily lives as any woman would want.

Outreaches and Missions



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