Penuel Children's Foundation
Penuel Children's Foundation
A fresh start for vulnerable children

A fresh start for vulnerable children

New Project In Northern Ireland

New Project In Northern Ireland

Welcoming children into a loving family

Welcoming children into a loving family

Loving each child as the apple of God's eye

Loving each child as the apple of God's eye

At Penuel Children’s Foundation, we want every child to know they are of infinite value, just the way they are. Our aim is to see vulnerable children rescued from unsafe environments marked by severe poverty. We welcome each child into a family environment in our Temporary Place of Safety. Here they receive love and care to meet all of their diverse needs until a “forever family” is found for each child.

Our first home, “Mihlali House” is based in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Our aim is to run early intervention projects, for vulnerable children. Working hand in hand with the South African Department of Social Development, we welcome, love and care for each child until they are safely established into a family or another place of long term care.

A day in the life of a child living at Mihlali House…

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A short look at the long term vision of Penuel…

Penuel Children’s Foundation is a registered charity in the UK. (Charity Numbers NI00146 & NIC101028). Mihlali House was cleared by the Department of Social Development in February 2014 to welcome & care for children. For more information, please read our vision.

Our Vision

Our vision is to see vulnerable children rescued from unsafe environments marked by severe poverty. We recognise that every child has diverse & complex needs, so we provide holistic care, seeking each child’s physical, emotional, social & spiritual development.

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How can I help?

It takes £600 per month to cover all costs of looking after a child for 1 month. This includes: rent, consumables (e.g nappies, formula, food), medical care, salaries (24/7 care), electricity, communications, security, petrol & administration costs. £20 can pay for food for 1 child for a whole month.

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