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58ten would not be possible without our partners. They have served as both consultants and as liaisons for 58ten to be able to work in Africa.
ChariotsLogoWe operate under the umbrella of Chariots for Hope, who initiated the restoration of orphanages across the country of Kenya.

Chariots for Hope, Inc. connects businesses, organizations, churches, foundations, and individuals with specific children and/or entire children’s homes. Under the leadership oversight of Chariots, the children’s homes and their respective partner(s) strive to cultivate a holistically healthy living environment for the children. The health of the homes are measured based on the following facets: campus facilities, education/vocation prep, social/emotional development, medical facilities, spiritual atmosphere, financial status, and sustainability. The initial steps required in developing a healthy home are accomplished through establishing deeply rooted relationships and providing professional trainings with our homes’ national staff.
sustainedacts_logoSustained Acts is an international non-profit and Christian organization with a heart for helping people help themselves. Much of their work is focused in Kenya, East Africa, and is founded on the long-term personal relationships they have with people living there. Sustained Acts partners with Mukaa Children’s Home.



IMG_1446“Friends of Mulango” are friends acting together to support the Mulango Children’s Home through prayer, financial support, and advocating on behalf of the children in the home. We are a grassroots coalition of friends who have been inspired to mobilize the love and resources in our community of neighbors, relatives, and peers from all walks of life. Teresa Castronuovo and Sherri DeWalt, together with their families, represent the leadership of Friends of Mulango. We are grateful for the opportunity to get a glimpse of the awe-inspiring glory of God revealed through the children of Kenya and the work at the Mulango Children’s Home.