CHARITY: A fund raising day has been organised to raise finance for orphaned and disadvantaged children in Kenya.
The charity event will take place on September 19th, in Letterkenny Shopping Centre for Aisling House Children’s Home.
Aisling House Children’s Home was founded by Bridget Browne and her family in Ireland.
The name Aisling means ‘dream or vision’ in the Irish language, and was chosen to reflect the vision for Aisling House which is to meet the needs of children from Nakuru, Kenya who are orphaned, destitute, outcast, or abandoned, by providing them with a family home of their own in which they can feel loved and cared for.
Bridget said, “We want the children in our care to experience happiness and the fulfillment of belonging, to develop physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, to access the best available education and healthcare possible, and to hold in their hearts the hope of a brighter future.”
Aisling House needs funds for the children to have a happy and fulfilling life.
Bridget has organised a charity day in Letterkenny Shopping Centre where
‘Fox n Crew’ have donated their time to dance and local business have given prizes to raffle.
To find our more visit the Aisling House Children’s Home on Facebook and come along on this Saturday to show your support.