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Left In a Trash Can...But

Just six days ago, a baby boy was born in Kenya. Immediately after his birth, he was placed in a trash can with his placenta still attached. It’s hard to imagine, but this was his start to life.


Thankfully, a security guard heard his cry and saved his life. This new baby was taken to the hospital and found to be perfectly healthy. Social workers now had the challenge of finding him a safe home.

In the area surrounding Eldoret, Kenya, many children’s homes have closed due to the pandemic. Only three accepted newborns prior to last year. Now there is only one- Open Arms Village!


The local social workers have literally no other options but Open Arms. I am so glad that you have made it possible for the Village to stay open, providing safety and love for orphaned and abandoned children.


This little baby, Kiano, is the newest resident of Open Arms Village and we could not be happier!


Babies are expensive, as many of you know. So we are asking for your help.


We need ten people to join the Circle of H.O.P.E., our monthly giving program, to help with this new baby.


Your new monthly donation of ANY AMOUNT provides necessities such as formula, diapers, clothes and salaries for those who will nurture this little life.


Would you join the Circle of H.O.P.E. now? You can click here and choose any monthly donation amount.


If you would prefer to give a one-time gift, you can click here.


Thank you for making sure the doors are always open to receive children in the greatest need.


God bless you for loving children you have never met!


Kaytie Fiedler

Executive Director, Open Arms International U.S.


P.S. Every new Circle of H.O.P.E. gift will be DOUBLED up to $25,000! Join the Circle of H.O.P.E. today!

A song of thanksgiving for this new life


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