Brighton lives with his parents and his three brothers in a one-room house made of iron sheets in the Kibera slum in Kenya. His father is a security guard and his mother is a homemaker but their income is very low and they are struggling to provide for their large family and cannot afford to send Brighton to school.
The family lives in Kibera, a large slum with around a quarter of a million people living in 1.5 square miles. There is no waste removal or clean water and open sewage runs through the slum. Education is very expensive in Kibera as the children need to provide their own school supplies. Your love and support will provide food, clothing, medical care, hope, and Christian teaching through the International Needs school in Kenya.