I WAS IN PRISON AND YOU VISITED ME (Matthew 25:36)

We work to make sure 24 prisons in Kenya have ample milk supply for the female inmates’ babies. Learn how you can also support this effort.

When mothers in Kenya are imprisoned, they are allowed to bring their children, from 3 years and below, with them in prison. Unfortunately, Kenya’s prisons are poorly funded and don’t have any social programs in place to support these children for their dietary needs, especially milk. The imprisoned mothers often resort to breastfeeding their children even when they are sick, which is more often the situation.

Our organization has been supplying the babies in 24 Kenyan prisons with milk.

Help us build Tabitha House 3 and more in the future. Find out how you can be involved in this heart-warming project.

Similar to social support for milk inside the prison, social programs do not exist for supporting the children 4 years old and up who are taken away from their imprisoned mothers. Eventually, children as young as 4 years old become street children once the prison abandons all responsibility. The children then end up growing in the streets and live in public parks without any food or shelter.

Similar to social support for milk inside the prison, social programs do not exist for supporting the children 4 years old and up who are taken away from their imprisoned mothers. Eventually, children as young as 4 years old become street children once the prison abandons all responsibility. The children then end up growing in the streets and live in public parks without any food or shelter.

Currently, we are lacking funding for the third refuge house, but with the generosity of our sponsors, we hope to start building in order to house the street children and take them away from the dangers of sleeping rough.

Seed the Need

Who knew you could go thrift shopping and save lives simultaneously?

Thrift for charity!

You can make a difference simply by thrift shopping. Visit Seed the Need’s online thrift store or come to our physical store.

Seed the Need, a thrift store operated by Prison Christian Ministries, is a business built on generosity, kindness, and love. All our profits go exclusively to the ministry’s charitable efforts including milk donations for Kenyan prison babies, correction centers in New Brunswick, financial help in drug treatment centers, correction centers, building refuge houses (Tabitha Houses) for street children, feeding street children weekly in a park in Kakamega, Kenya, and many more charitable efforts.

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Join us and let’s make the world a little better

See what our generous sponsors and our lovely Kenyan beneficiaries have to say about our charitable organization’s efforts.

You helped us make these AMAZING things happen:

  • We minister in all the correction centers in NB
  • We help with the financial need in drug treatment centers
  • We minister in the treatment centers
  • We supply bibles to the correction centers
  • We help to restore people and reintegrate them back into mainstream society
  • We supplied 91,568 packets of milk to children in Kenda that are in prisons with their mothers
  • We supplied over 6,500 bibles to the prisons of Kenya
  • We built a Christian refuge (Tabitha House) used to house 20 prison children
  • We are planning to start to build Tabitha House 2 before the end of 2022
  • We feed over 100 street children every week in a park in Kakamega
  • We operate a Seed the Need thrift store and all profits are used in the ministry
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