4:13 has provided financial resources to forward the quality of life for 80 orphans living at Cheryl’s and an additional 200 students from nearby Kibera who attend school at Cheryl’s (Kindergarten through 8th Grade) and are provided 2 meals a day. These children who are a part of the Cheryl’s Community have been impacted by parents dying from HIV-AIDS and other outcomes of severe poverty. Once finding their home in Kibera, one of the largest slums in sub-Saharan Africa, Cheryl’s Children’s Home provides an enriching and caring environment for children to grow beyond the bonds of poverty.

4:13 has resourced food, clean water, education, medical care, and abundant love through a dedicated staff to the children of Cheryl’s.