We are grateful for the many Canadians who financially enable us to restore hope for thousands of children through the Mully Children’s Family.
We are a registered Canadian charity and your donation of $20.00 (or more) is eligible for a tax receipt. Tax receipts are sent annually in February.
Opportunities to Support Our Work:
Provides food, shelter, education, health care to the children.
Vocational Training for Girls
Provide life-changing opportunities to young moms and their children.
(monthly / yearly) Invest in a child’s potential. Journey along with an individual child at Mully Children's Family Canada as they grow, learn and mature along with their 2,500 brothers and sisters.
Medical Mission Trips
Support the work of the medical mission team travelling to Mully Children's Family in Kenya this year.
The Poultry Project is our unique and proactive approach to leveraging our work in plant and animal farming, along with our sustainability and environmental stewardship programs to address the issue of food safety, hunger, and malnutrition. Your gift to the Poultry Project is a Gift that Keeps on Giving.
A donation of securities or mutual funds is the most efficient way to give charitably.
How You Can Give:
Send a cheque in the Mail:
- Please make your cheque out to Mully Children’s Family Canada
- Indicate in the memo line which project you would like your donation to be used toward.
- Mail to PO Box 87558 Thornhill Sq. Thornhill, ON L3T 7R3
EFT: You can send an e-transfer to
Contact us by Phone: 647-724-9444
Online: Make a secure online donation by selecting one of the options above
Mully Children’s Family Canada Designation Policy:
We are very careful how we use the gifts you entrust to us as every dollar given can help save the life of another child. Approximately 90% of every dollar supports the ministries of Mully Children’s Family Kenya. Spending of funds is confined to board approved programs and projects. Each restricted contribution designated towards a board approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the board, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.