About Christine Wanjeri (Cornerstone)

10/8/2008

Christine lives with her parents, and is the first born of four children. Her brother Brian also attends Cornerstone. Christine enjoys playing, despite an old injury to her left knee which sometimes causes her pain. She helps at home with household chores. Christine’s mother works as a farmer, and her dad as a manual laborer, taking odd jobs as they are available.

Cornerstone Sponsorship

Your Sponsorship Provides:


  • -Regular medical evaluations and personalized health plan, including dental and vision care

  • -Nutritionally balanced breakfast, lunch, and two snacks ~6 days a week

  • -Excellent education with certified Kenyan teachers ~6 days a week

  • -Complete school uniforms, shoes, socks, and all necessary books and supplies

  • -Bus transport to and from school every day

  • -Enrichment through extra-curricular activities, including a 2 hour community outreach every Saturday

  • -Parental support from social workers, ensuring that each family's needs are known and met

  • -Classes for parents related to family health, hygiene, childhood development, and financial sustainability

  • -Spiritual care and development provided by a full time youth minister




About Christine Wanjeri (Cornerstone)

10/8/2008

Christine lives with her parents, and is the first born of four children. Her brother Brian also attends Cornerstone. Christine enjoys playing, despite an old injury to her left knee which sometimes causes her pain. She helps at home with household chores. Christine’s mother works as a farmer, and her dad as a manual laborer, taking odd jobs as they are available.

Cornerstone Sponsorship

Your Sponsorship Provides:


  • -Regular medical evaluations and personalized health plan, including dental and vision care

  • -Nutritionally balanced breakfast, lunch, and two snacks ~6 days a week

  • -Excellent education with certified Kenyan teachers ~6 days a week

  • -Complete school uniforms, shoes, socks, and all necessary books and supplies

  • -Bus transport to and from school every day

  • -Enrichment through extra-curricular activities, including a 2 hour community outreach every Saturday

  • -Parental support from social workers, ensuring that each family's needs are known and met

  • -Classes for parents related to family health, hygiene, childhood development, and financial sustainability

  • -Spiritual care and development provided by a full time youth minister