Date: 30th April 2017
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  Kim Stone-Wigg
I am a newly qualified dentist and have been commissioned in the Royal Army Dental Core from Sandhurst. After falling in love with the children and the amazing work the Home does I have become involved in the organisation of the UK base for Hope House and fund-raising. I have returned for 3 further trips so far to Kenya and hope to return again soon.
  Alice Watson
I am a student at Newcastle University studying Politics & Economics. I first spent a few months at Hope House in 2010 and since then have become closely involved in the UK side of the Home. I returned in 2011 and hope to go back again soon!

Maddie Mobbs
I am a student at Birmingham University, reading Economics with French. I first visited Hope House in 2009 and now help out in running the UK trust. I can be contacted on

  Rosaline Knobbs
Is a retired nurse from Perth Australia, who came to Kenya specifically at the request of Pastors Glen and Rob Bruce, to help them start Hope House in 2002. She managed the home for 10 months until Susan Mooring came to relieve her in Jan 2003 of that role. Rosaline is now the Marketing Manager and Business Manager for the home, and supports Susan Mooring in her role. She is a volunteer and is supported from Australia. Email:
  Jim Kimotho
Is the Administrator of the mission and has been promoted to Managing Director of African Growth Ministeries by Rev. Glen Bruce, who remains Founding Director. He has worked for AGM for 18 years and is a hardworking and faithful man.
  Margaret Njuguna
Was employed as the Accountant in May 2006 after volunteering for several months in helping Jim Kimotho keep the financial records. She proved to be such a valuable asset in relieving Jim of his duty in such an efficient way; we realised the need to employ her, She also doubles as the office receptionist.
  Lizzie Mbogo
Is our social worker who deals with the families, documentation and liaisons with Children's Depts relating to adoption of the babies. All those people interested in adoptions to contact her. Email
  Laizer Shaiyukah
Was the first volunteer to help us care for the babies in 2002. It wasn't too long before she was employed as Volunteer co-ordinator and 9 years later, she still has that role as well as relieving and assisting Susan Mooring. She also takes care of the stores and donations which we receive.

For anyone in Kenya interested in volunteering, contact Laizer at For international volunteers, contact Rosaline
  Christine Njeru
Is the Kenyan Registered nurse who works permenant night duty, and has done since 2006.
  Lucy Mwangi
Our Kenyan Staff nurse has been with us since March 2007 and works on a part time basis. She also relieves Susan when she is on leave
We have 13 staff members who are child carers, 2 kitchen staff, a laundress, maintenance man, gardener, driver, cleaner and guards, day and night.
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