At Rays of hope, we have brought together every approachable member of the community owing to the dynamics of human life and the needs of our people. Our partners and collaborators include the community as a vital nuclear bond that strengthens our purpose.

They include;

(i) Churches.

(ii) Schools.

(iii)Beach management team (shelly).

(iv) Women and girls groups or initiatives.

(v) Orphanages.

(vi) Family households.

(vii) Legal institutions.

(viii) Health facilities.

(ix) Community sports teams.

(x) Art and culture groups.

(xi) Youth groups.

(xii) Village – Rural marginalized set-ups.

However, we remain thankful and grateful to God for bring the following people into our circle. They have really played a vital role in ensuring this course is successful. their selfless and formidable support will never go unmentioned.

  1. Vicki Poole (Ubuntu Connection)

From across the ocean, all the way from America, imagine the countless countries in between that connect us to Kenya. We have always been deeply grateful for the unwavering dedication of an incredible individual, Vicki of Connection Ubuntu, who has tirelessly supplied our young girls with computers for their ICT training.

Through Vicki’s generous support, Rays of Hope has had the privilege of equipping nearly 150 youths with essential ICT skills, enabling them to stand confidently in the competitive job market. It’s difficult to express just how much Vicki’s contribution means to us. All we ask for is that God showers her with abundant blessings, filling her cup to overflowing.

This heartfelt appreciation goes out to Vicki of Connection Ubuntu, a remarkable individual whose kindness has made a lasting impact on our mission. May your organization continue to flourish, bringing hope and opportunities to even more young lives, and may Vicki’s generosity continue to be a source of blessings for our cause.