Susana Homes consists of the residential facilities in Nigeria that receive children from birth to teens, rescuing them from a situation of being orphaned, destitute, or some state of homelessness.
The majority of our efforts are for small children whose mothers have died during child birth and whose fathers are unable to supply the necessary supplement to care for them. There are also several other children who have been totally abandoned or orphaned, seriously ill, or in some way at risk. At Susana Homes, these children are cared for and are provided food, clothing, shelter, medical treatment, education and spiritual guidance. Currently there are 70 children on the 26-acre property known as Susana Homes. Supporters can connect with a specific child through our child sponsorships. To help provide these basic needs for a child, click here to donate.
A number of women also live at Susana Homes, and they are provided with basic needs as well as basic skills training that will help them re-enter society with confidence, experience, knowledge and skills.
Susana Homes has become a light in the community, known as a place of rescue and hope. To view an aerial map of the compound, visit our Contact page.