We are commissioned to respond to deeper needs of our society today by being agents of change and we help our beneficiaries to experience a transformation in their lives regardless of a person’s religion, gender or ethnicity. We reach out to children of Prisoners with parents on Death-row,those with a parents living with HIV/AIDS and/or parents serving long term sentences. We provide them with free quality education and general welfare , and also help visit their parents in prison. Read More
Wells of Hope depends on gifts from friends. Through their contribution, we would not be able to do what we do. With your contribution, you will be restoring hope to a struggling soul.
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of people affected by incarceration.
You can make a difference today by signing up. Your monthly gift will provide tuition, food, clothing, and medical assistance when needed.
What People Say
Keep trusting God. I believe He will increase your ministry as you are a man after the heart of God. I hope we continue our partnership in ministry for many years. You are strong in the lord and anointed.
You are an amazing team and I will always keep you in my prayers. I want to encourage you by quoting Isaiah 40: 31
Love in Christ,
- Maintaining Strong And Healthy Family RelationshipsMost people who leave prison face various challenges while trying to resettle back in the community. Monthly, the members of the Formerly Incarcerated Women Association (FIWA) meet to encourage one another socially and financially. This… More
- Kenyan Schools Officially Reopen After Almost A YearWe are happy to report that all our seven children reported to school and have settled down for learning. Schools in Kenya were shut in mid-March following the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country; and… More
- Celebrating Christmas With Formerly Incarcerated WomenYesterday, the formerly Incarcerated Women celebrated their Christmas party which was graced by Nicholas Opio, a Human Rights activist and lawyer. The women once again shared the challenges they face with the law leading to… More
Become a Volunteer
With the aim of helping people affected by incarceration, we invite you to join our team through; Short term/Long term volunteering, Internship or Local volunteering.