Huruma Trust Fund is a fully registered charitable Non-Governmental Organization in Ngong town in the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. It caters for:
(1) Huruma Children’s Home - Ngong: It is a children's orphanage, founded in 1989, which takes care of orphaned children from ages of 0 to 18 years. Currently the home has over 150 children, both boys and girls. The home offers real hope for some of Kenya’s most damaged children through providing a warm homely environment.
(2) Ngong Huruma Schools (Primary & Secondary Schools): Both schools are on the same land as the children’s home offers education for the orphaned children in the home and also open to the neighbouring community.
Our Vision: Every child who comes to Huruma will have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and excel in academics, so that they are fully equipped to become future Christian leaders.
Our Mission: To empower children in need to become productive members of society through rehabilitation, education and self-reliance skills.
Values: For children are a heritage from the Lord and they deserve the best.
Inception: Huruma Trust Fund was founded by Mama Zipporah and her husband, Pastor Isaac Kamau, in 1989. The Trust started with Huruma Children’s Home in the same year. Later, the Trust saw a need to start a primary school and much later a secondary school.
Administration: Huruma Trust Fund is run by the Huruma Trust Fund Board; members include representatives from the Departments of Social Services , the Local Administration, the Church and of course the community. The board makes various rules and regulations for the proper management and administration of the Trust, the orphanage and the schools. Also the accounts of the Home are audited annually by a certified accountant for the purposes of transparency.
Financial Audit: Financial accounts audit is done by Kigo Njenga and Company, a certified accountant in Kenya.