The Beehive Children's Foundation (Africa)

The Beehive Children's Foundation (Africa)

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  • Community safety / victim support / domestic violence
  • Poverty relief
  • Women
  • Young people

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The Beehive currently operates two refuge safe-houses in Kenya. These provide a place of safety for young girls who become pregnant due to sexual abuse and where it is unsafe for them to remain in their own family or community. It operates under a Christian ethos of love and inclusion.

Each refuge provides a family environment where child mums are given access to pre- & post- natal care, general medical care and returns mums to education and/or vocational training and gives access to education to their children. But most important of all each refuge provides the loving support for them to grow into confident, self-sufficient adults. When their babies grow to school age, they are also given access to education.

The girls are taught parenting skills and they take care of their children when not at school. Re-building their self confidence is an essential part of the family style environment and where needed, professional counselling is provided.


Having grown from our founders's personal work in 2014, the Foundation was formed in 2019 as limited company (company no. 12273506) and in 2020 also became a registered charity in England & Wales..

The Foundation achieves its aims through awareness campaigns and  fundraising to support it's Kenyan affiliated sister charity 'The Beehive Trust' which is registered with the authorities in Kenya. 

Funds are received from regular personal donors, businesses, churches, events but requires extension to charitable grants, legacies and major donors. Our events include music concerts and dinners. 

Our short medium term vision is the purchase of our own premises where we can organically grow to meet the demand. Our long term vision is to meet this neglected and often hidden need in Kenya and other African countries..

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