Gravifo was started in the year 1998 by Mr.Joseph Christopher Sangae by rescuing children who lived in the streets after being abandoned and orphaned. The children knew no other home, no other life apart from the streets its where the plight of the Granted Victory Foundation came into existence.
Granted Victory Foundation (Gravifo) was later registered with The Registrar of Societies in Kenya a charitable organization vide registration number R.52115. Gravifo’s main focus is to take care of the abandoned, orphaned, the neglected children and whose rights have been violated.
Gravifo adheres to the following Values
- Christianity and the fear of God
- Respect towards the vulnerable/ disadvantaged members in the target community.
- People centred development
- Linkages, networking and Partnerships with likeminded organizations (Includes contribution of skills, experience, and energy through hands on involvement).
- Honesty (Accountability, Transparency and Integrity)
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THESE VALUES ARE ANCHORED ON
“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. (James 1:27)”
The foundation has an existing orphanage where the beneficiaries acquire education and relevant skills for self-reliance.
2. It has attained donor confidence through prudent grants management from, well-wishers and donations in kind.
3. We have gained community and public esteem.
4.We have qualified professionally trained volunteers who work around the clock to ensure smooth running of the foundation’s affairs.
OUR PREVIOUS DONORS.
1.The Late Pastor Roody from south Africa
2. Pastor Joseph
3. Brother Jack from USA
4. Organizations-Vines Kenya ,Fathers Hand Foundation
5. Churches and well -wishers.
CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE FOUNDATION (Glovifo)
- Gravifo has limited resources to supplement the wonderful work at mount olives orphanage school in terms of feeding programme, provision of scholastic materials, school fees, water and sanitation and inadequate learning and boarding infrastructures and equipment.
- Inadequate resources to cater for personal (volunteers’ allowances/stipend).
- Inability to engage the institution in ICT studies as per the government policy.
- Lack of health care services for the beneficiaries
- Lack of school van as a means of transporting the beneficiaries to the health centre when they fall sick at night.