Mully Children's Family USA

Alpharetta, GA

Founded: 2006

Tel: (678) 225-8925


Top LeaderMr. Craig Steuterman

Donor Contact: Mr. Charley Malmquist

Member Since: March 8, 2016

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $2,750,199
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $22,883
   Total Revenue $2,773,082
   Total Expenses $2,739,608
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $786,624
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $786,624
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Mully Children’s Family-USA is dedicated to supporting the long term objectives of our parent organization in Kenya. Mully Children’s Family-Kenya transforms the abused, orphaned, abandoned and neglected street children it rescues into productive members of society via a Jesus Christ centered development model it has refined over the past 25 years. Mully Children’s Family-USA has been established to attract funding and expertise from donors in the United States to generate support and fund the MCF-Kenya ministry programs which enable the marginalized members of the Kenyan society to develop and eventually lead a dignified life in society. The key pillars of the unique development process, which over 15,000 children have benefited from, include education and training, counseling and mentoring, spiritual nourishment, outreach programs, agriculture and sustainability, environmental awareness, and water conservation.

Mully Children’s Family manages residential homes for orphaned and vulnerable children. MCF also manages community-based child care programs which promote community ownership and protection of children. Together with the support of its partners, MCF manages self-sustainability projects in Kenya. MCF depends upon your donations to carry out the God-given mission of saving children’s lives in Africa. Your contributions make a critical difference in the lives of over 2,500 children.
Providing Educational materials for 600 students at Mully Children's Family in Ndalani, Kenya. Project has four critical initiatives: New textbook and teacher guides, Science Lab Supplies, Pens, pencils, calculators, and composition books, and a teacher resource center. Education is the key to eradicating poverty and answers the call for the "least of these" former street children in Kenya.
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