Our Vision

We exist to empower the vulnerable families and children of Kibera by creating opportunities for them to reach their full God-given potential.

Our Mission

We provide access to a quality education through the Kianda Children’s Centre, Fountains of Hope School, and Primary and Secondary School support.

We empower parents to start and grow small businesses through interest free microloans and business training.

We offer children learning resources and opportunities through our community library.

We develop friendships with all the families we work with and demonstrate God’s love through practical support.

Holistic

We aim to see the people we serve develop physically, socially and spiritually.

Relational

We value relationships because so much positive change can occur through strong, caring relationships.

Hopeful

We point people to Jesus and allow Him to give them hope as they give him glory with their fullest potential.

Our Story

2002 Founders Jo and Jon Parsons registered Turning Point as a UK charity and moved to Kenya to start the work

2003 Our work started in Kibera with a bowl full of porridge and 5 kids

2004 Turning Point launched the Transition Class and sent the first group of children back to school.

2005 We ran our first Holiday Camp for the children we were supporting in school.

2006 We sent the first two children to secondary school.

2007 9 single mums moved out of Kibera to our farm to start a new life

2008 Launched our microfinance programme with 20 parents receiving small loans

2009 We opened our second children’s centre in Kianda village, Kibera

2011 The first group of mums to move to our farm were given their own 1 acre plots of land. And a second group of 10 single mums moved to the farm with their children.

2012 We opened our third centre in LainiSaba village, Kibera targeting local youth

2014 We launched both the Fountains of Hope School and the LainiSaba Community Library. The second group of mums at the farm achieved land ownership.

2015 Founder Jon Parsons handed over the CEO role to Judy Akoth. Sylvester became the first young person from Turning Point to graduate from University with a Bachelors in Commerce

Our Team

Judy Akoth – CEO

Judy Akoth – CEO

John Kariuki – Kibera Centre’s Director

John Kariuki – Kibera Centre’s Director

Moses Obiti – LainiSaba Centre Manager

Moses Obiti – LainiSaba Centre Manager

Eunice Mulinge – Children’s Welfare Overseer

Eunice Mulinge – Children’s Welfare Overseer

Shadrack Mulinge – Project Pastor

Shadrack Mulinge – Project Pastor

Emily Obiti – Fundraising and Communications Manager

Emily Obiti – Fundraising and Communications Manager

Trustees of Turning Point Trust UK

 Peter Wichmann – Chairman

Paul Barnes – Treasurer

Clare Harwood – Administrator

Jeremy Spanton – Trustee

Isabel King – Trustee

Steve Dew – Trustee

Directors of Turning Point Trust Kenya

 Peter Wichmann – Chairman

Paul Barnes – Treasurer

James King’ara – Secretary

George Shiramba – Director

Faith Mbugua – Director

Nancy Njagi- Director

Impact Reports For Download

Impact Report 2015

Impact Report 2016