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Dear Friend of Mully Children’s Family,

In preparing to build the temple, King David said, ‘I now give my personal treasures’… ’The people rejoiced at the willing response of their leaders for they had given freely and wholeheartedly to the Lord’…. ‘King David prayed…O Lord, keep this desire in the hearts of your people forever and keep their hearts loyal to You’. (1 Chronicles 29).

We can be part of building God’s temple on earth. Read on to see the precious treasures that are part of God’s beautiful temple.

Join me in visiting some of the MCF campuses and children! First, two things to note:

1. MCF’s Mission Statement: To follow Jesus Christ in transforming the lives of children, youth and marginalized members of the society.

2. MCF is caring for over 6,800 children and youths (too big a number to comprehend!); some live on-site, and others receive free school, food, healthcare, and extra-curricular activities.

1st Visit: MCF Ngoʻng, Nairobi. This home for street boys is highly subsidised by MCF. It was started by Njoroge, a boy rescued by MCF, whom Daddy Mulli did not give up on. Njoroge kept running back to the streets more than ten times. The rest of the co-workers at MCF didn’t want him to be brought back any more; he caused so much trouble.

Now, Njoroge rescues and lives with one of the toughest groups of street boys, just like he once was.

2nd Visit: MCF Ndalani. The children take shifts for meals because there are so many of them. They need a 2nd Dining Hall! Over 900 children live here, go to school and are fed three meals/day.

3rd Visit: MCF Vipingo School, near Mombasa. A visit with Mama Esther.

4th Visit: MCF Lodwar, Turkana. It is one of the poorest, driest regions in Kenya. Most children go ‘home’ at night to sleep in the sand or in the hut if it is raining.

5th Visit: MCF Malindi Girls Home, where about 60 rescued girls learn skills such as tailoring, body therapy, and hairdressing to be able to start their own businesses. Many have their own children.

A picture of Lilian when she was rescued by MCF in 2004.

Lilian in MCF Malindi 2023 November.

Watch Lillian's Rescue (from 2 - 4:30 min.)

Also, a great Christmas watch:

The ‘Mully’ movie is on YouTube or Netflix.

An average of about $2/day gives the 6,800 children food, clothes, education, medical care and spiritual care. That is close to $5,000,000 for 1 year! Yikes! You can help break the cycle of poverty.

Please consider giving ‘freely and wholeheartedly to the Lord’, building His temple with these precious children and youth.

Caring for one child for one month is $60, 1 child for one year $730, or 2 children for $1,460….

Any amount is most appreciated. You can donate by:

  • Credit card (, or by calling 647-724-9444, or 647-283-8220
  • E-transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Cheque made out to Mully Childrens Family Canada (the bank insists on this title).                    
  • All letters postmarked by December 31, 2023, will receive a 2023 tax

On behalf of the children, Asante Sana, Thank you very much.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

P.S. By giving generously, you are also helping MCF employ approximately 300 permanent workers and an average of 700 casuals. This is helping sustain many families in their communities.

And you are helping plant trees! MCF produces 1,000,000 seedlings annually (for Timber, Fruit, and the environment) Wow!

An amazing team of 39 Canadian and American volunteers provided a Medical Clinic at MCF in 2023.

Come visit MCF Kenya in 2024.