Timothy's House Orphanage - Busia, Kenya

Timothy’s House Kenya is dedicated to providing food, shelter, and education to children in Busia, Kenya. Our mission is to make a lasting impact on their lives and ensure a brighter future for them. With the support of our amazing team and various programs such as Education, Nutrition, Farming, and Self-Sufficiency, we strive to empower these children and help them thrive.

Timothy's House Orphanage kids dancing
Timothy's House Orphanage Education Center

AIDS has decimated the community of Busia, Kenya and created a generation of orphans. With no social safety net, these children are dependent on outside support.

Our goal, through the support of donors, sponsors, and volunteers is to make Timothy’s House Orphanage self-sufficient through agricultural, industrial, and Christian education.

We are teaching children that had no hope to learn and become educated, self-sustaining and well-rounded adults.

Number of Children

Children Sponsored

Children Needing Sponsors

How Can I Help?

There is no shortage of needs when it comes to Timothy’s House. There is a great need for water, as well as new buildings for classrooms and dormitories for the children. Being the hands and feet of Jesus is what we are called to do. If you would like to help, please feel free to reach out to us directly or see our basic needs below.

Sponsor a Child

We have many children awaiting sponsors


Your prayers are felt and much appreciated


We have several projects that need funding


Join us on a mission trip and meet the children

Happening Soon!!

Join Us For a Golf Tournament at Wickenburg Country Club!

Timothy’s House has partnered with Wickenburg Country Club for a great day on the course.

We will be hosting a golf tournament on February 24th, 2024 to raise funds for a hydroponic farm at Timothy’s House. 

Depending on the crop grown, hydroponic farming produces between 4-36x the amount of yield as in-ground crops. This type of farming not only will greatly reduce the food budget necessary to feed 300+ children, it will provide the older children with a skill that can be taken into adulthood to allow them a livelihood to help reduce poverty in the area.