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The Sound of Hope

There is simply no way to describe with words exactly what happens in the lives of each teen mom in our maternity homes in Kenya. But know that it is sacred. These sweet girls have been abandoned and abused by the world and they come to us broken and afraid. Slowly,...

She Is Priceless

She grew up in a brothel. She was recently rescued from a living hell in the heart of Kolkata, India. [Can we just let the weight of these words sink deep? Children in bondage. There are thousands and thousands of girls and women still trapped right now in this life...

We Are Now Mercy House Global

Mercy House is a little more than 6 years old. In that time, we've empowered the opening of maternity homes in Kenya (our flagship work through Rehema House) and supported more than 30 teen mothers and their children, along with dozens of indigenous employees and...

Host a [Mother’s Day] Event or Home Party

Host a [Mother’s Day] Event or Home Party

Motherhood is a precious gift.  And every mother on the planet loves her child the way you do yours. But millions of moms struggle to provide basic needs for their precious children. We are hoping to change that. Women in poverty don't want a handout. They want a job....

New Year, New Hope

New Year, New Hope

It's a season of transition in Kenya at Rehema House. Some girls are returning home with their children (or to a safe relative) after their two year stay. They are excited and nervous to return to school. Others are staying longer, but transitioning to a vocational...

Today is Giving Tuesday

Today is Giving Tuesday

Last week, we set aside a day to give thanks. And a couple for in-store and online deals. Today is a day dedicated to give to others. Giving Tuesday at Mercy House matters. Next month, Rehema House will begin rescuing pregnant girls from the streets of Kenya. We will...

Mercy House Gala 2015 Recap

Mercy House Gala 2015 Recap

Our 2nd Annual Mercy House Gala was a special night to remember. 100 lit star lanterns hung from the rustic rafters, created by a fair trade artisan group of women in India. Some very special guests came all the way from Africa (note the cowboy boots) Oh, wait, a lot...