Challenging and strengthening

Children of the home playing with flower petals on spring day

We think, it is only right to answer a question asked by many of you, a question we strongly believe might align our relationship–partnership much better with you in the coming year, a question many of you posed to us being – how did the year treat Read More

2017 race has been well ran

Children playing during the 2017 Empire Partner Foundation Year-end celebration

The 2017 race has been well ran; it is time to seat and breath a bit – reflect and gear for the year 2018.

It was only yesterday when we all came together to say “Happy New Year” today we meet again to say “we wish you a safe and fun festive period” truly a year circle is shorten than we used to have back in the days Read More

We know, you will like this

One of our cheerful giver, asked an interesting question during her visit to the home, New Jerusalem Children’s Home, on 19 October 2017. We walked with her between the different buildings of the home, we shared with her, what every building is used for, by the children and personnel of the organisation.

New Jerusalem Children’s Home old double garage, presently used as a boys dormitory – one we are saying goodbye to

As we got into the currently Read More

As we wave our goodbyes

New Jerusalem Children’s Home old double garage, presently used as a boys dormitory – one we are saying goodbye to.

Finally, we are saying our goodbyes to the overcrowded boys dormitory. Certainly we are thankful for the nights and days it has sheltered a child, evenings when it was warm when the outside walls were cold – days when it rained, it proved to be a shelter to cover the children and youth’s Read More

Doors are hanged

Hanged interior door in the boys residential unit, leading into the house parent’s bedroom.

As the year 2017 closes doors behind its many months, ready to handover its successes and race to the year 2018. New Jerusalem Children’s Home, on the other hand is hanging doors in all the boys residential unit rooms, doors that will see children and youth being developed and made better behind closed doors – in a bedroom shared by 2 children or four and six in  Read More

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