Building big dreams and bright futures.
Holy’s Home for Children is driven by the belief that every child deserves the right to a safe and supportive home.
The charity is building its first financially self-sustainable home for children who have become orphaned by way of parents deceased or abandonment. The addition of facilities that will sells safe drinking water, locally known as 'pure water' to villages and towns for miles around will fund the running of the home, and some friendly chickens laying eggs for the locals.
The project is set in the beautiful Kwahu South district, a long-standing farming region steeped in agricultural history.
The region borders Lake Volta, the largest man-made lake in the world. Recent reports estimate that there are more than 10,000 children working on the lake, often risking their lives to dive down and undo fishing nets caught in the reeds.
Children who are orphaned are often pressured in to working on the lake rather than attending school, with a host of international NGOs tirelessly fighting for their freedom.
Holy's gives children in these difficult situations the chance to reach their full potential, away from danger in a safe and loving environment.