Providing a Lifeline to Orphans
who are Victims of AIDS.

Welcome to St Clare’s

St Clare’s Foundation is a small orphanage in Kenya Kisumu, housing children under the age of 10 who have suffered as victims of the AIDS virus.

AIDS is killing a whole generation in Kenya leaving hundreds of children orphaned. We are dedicated to providing a lifeline for these children by providing food, shelter, education and support for the children and their families.

Every year 80,000 people die from AIDS related illnesses leaving hundreds of children unable to care for themselves and reliant on siblings or elderly relatives unable to cope.

But with your support, we can help.

Welcome to our new website. Here you can find out the latest news about the Foundation’s work, how you can get involved, support us as well as hear about the exciting events we have coming up throughout the year.

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Latest news

December 2012. The new St Clare’s website is now up and running. Take a look around and don’t forget to subscribe so we can keep you up to date with the latest that’s going on.

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Up-coming events

Amore, A Valentines Ball. February 8th 2013 Hosted by Samuel L Jackson at Intercontinental Hotel, London Park Lane Read More

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How can you get involved?

Every year, we rely on public donations to supplement our own contributions. St Clare’s does not incur any costs – 100% of your donations go to the kids. Other ways to help are….Read More

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St Clare’s Foundation, c/o 17 Ilchester Place,
London W14 8AA. Charity Number: 1118236

Tel: +44 (0)20 7460 2435 Email: vivi@stclaresfoundation.org.uk

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