A public library for the benefit of the Orphans as well as the community, complete with computers. Classes are also offered at the Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project campus for local pastors in the area who desire to increase their theological training.
Water provided from the Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project bore hole (water well) will help to control disease and common illness throughout the community.
Free health care for the community is provided by our medically trained mission’s volunteers. Free treatment, follow up and medication provided.
Donations to the local hospital of medication and medical supplies. Some brought from the U.S. by volunteers and some purchased in Kenya by Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project donations.
Children who are residents in the Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project are saved from starvation and abuse. These children have no living relatives to care for them. They are legal wards of the court to Windsor Village UMC. They are given a home, education, medical care and a strong future.
The entire community in a 100 mile radius now has access to electricity brought to the area by KBC Kenya.
Helped with clothing shoes, school uniforms, and school fees.
The local Church is helped by the Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project donations with its building fund as well as with monetary donations made by groups of missionaries visiting the KBC Kenya.
KBC Kenya has made major repairs to the local primary school. New windows and desks.
Persons who would otherwise be idle are now employed. Permanent employment is provided for an average of 20 persons each month. Positions ranging from Professional Social Worker to laborers.
for young women within a five mile radius, (walking distance) the Be A Hero, Changing Lives Inc project is in partnership with the AKA/MKO sorority, which sponsors and teaches young girls left to raise their younger siblings after losing their parents to Aids and tribal wars.