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2014-2016 VIPIM accomplishments:

  • VIPIM-In July 2016 Kenya partnered with 5 primary schools in Homa Bay to provide school uniforms, school supplies and food for 35 children at the following schools: Koliel Schools Worldwide, Randung Primary, Nyandiwa Primary, Adingo Primary and Township Education Centre(pictured above).
  • VIPIM-India was officially launched on January 1, 2014 with the first House of Hope children's home in partnership with Pastor John Kennadi Palleti. The home currently provides support for 28 children by housing them, feeding them and educating in one location

 2013 VIPIM accomplishments: 

  • The President and Director of VIPIM, Scott E. Frye, had a successful ministry trip to Kenya in February. The trip included ministering to the children at all of the VIPIM schools in Nakuru and Nyanza and speaking engagements at the VIPIM He Touched Me Worship Center in Limuru and Today Evangelism Alliance Church in Kisumu. School uniforms were distributed to the children at Okiki Amayo  School, Holy Trinity Academy, Ofweny Academy and Bukhulunya Primary schools in Homa Bay. Food and supplements were provided to the children at St. Martin's Junior School in Nakuru.

  • In June 2013 the "3rd Annual Hope for Kenya VIPIM Garage Sale" raised funds to provide food, clothing, school uniforms and supplies for children in our VIPIM schools throughout Kenya.

  • VIPIM added St. Juliape Academy in Masinga to it's family of VIPIM-sponsored schools.  New mattresses, shoes, and uniforms were provided to the children there in addition to establishing a daily feeding programme.

  • VIPIM continued to provide warm daily meals to approximately 250 children each day, in addition to clothing, school supplies, school uniforms, and shoes.

  • On December 24, 2013 the first VIPIM "House of Hope" was opened in Andhra Pradesh India and VIPIM-India was launched


  • 2012 VIPIM accomplishments: 
  • October 11, 2012 at 10 am the first VIPIM church called He Touched Me Worship Center opened it's doors in Limuru for the inaugural worship service. 56 people attended the first service and were truly blessed by the Holy Ghost.
  • September 24, 2012 New Covenant Worship Center in Joliet Illinois held a special "VIPIM Sunday" service where a substantial seed offering was collected for the ministry. 

  • September 12, 2012 my trip to Kenya was postponed to Feb 6, 2013 due to my mother's serious illness.

  • August 3-4, 2012 the "2nd Annual Hope for Kenya  VIPIM Garage Sale" sponsored by New Covenant Worship Center in Joliet Illinois was held where 100% of the funds from sales were devoted to the orphaned children in Kenya. The garage sale was once again very successful and some we prayed for people and really ministered to those that attended.

  • May 25, 2012 the children from Martin Junior School began their journey to the championship in the National Singing Competition which they won on August 8, 2012.


  • April 23, 2012 the VIPIM Jewel Pendo Children's Home was opened providing shelter for 10 orphaned and homeless children in Nakuru right next to their school.

  • April 4, 2012 the VIPIM Feeding Programme was launched in Kisumu with one school and has now expanded to 3 schools touching the lives of 150 children.

  • March 23, 2012 mosquito nets were distributed to the children at Martin Junior School in Nakuru.
  • January 8, 2012 the VIPIM Fellowship Centre opened in which now provides daily counseling support to the residents of Nakuru. 




2011 VIPIM accomplishments:                                                          

  • I travelled to Kenya from Feb 2-Feb 10, 2011 and established a partnership with Pastor Freddrick Munyao and his Kyangombe Children Centre which houses 16 orphaned children aged 2 months-8 years old. While there, we were able to provide each of these precious children with school supplies, food, and clothing. I was guest speaker at DHIM church in Nairobi and was also a featured guest on Biblia Husema Broadcasting radio station. I also ministered in orphanages and churches in Nairobi, Kibera, and Kitale while I was there.  

  • On May 12-14, 2011 there was a “Hope for Kenya” VIPIM garage sale where 100% of the funds from sales were devoted to the orphaned children in Kenya.  The garage sale was quite successful and some visitors to the garage sale actually gave a donation for the ministry even if they did not purchase anything once they learned about VIPIM 

  • In March 2011, a woman named Esther Mwangi saw a facebook post from me on the HOPE-FM Nairobi page about VIPIM.  She reached out to me because she needed prayer for her daughter Favour Muthoni who was in a coma and unable to breathe on her own.  Favour was miraculously healed and is healthy today. After getting to know her very well, I learned her story.  She was married to a physically abusive husband who later passed away from HIV complications and he was also the father of her daughter. By the grace of God, her and Favour have tested HIV negative but their immune systems are still somewhat compromised, making them susceptible to infections and malaria. After her husband’s death, Esther was widowed, rejected, and depressed with no way to provide for herself her daughter.  They were forced to live a single room with no electricity, water, a leaky roof and in a very unsafe slum area of Nakuru where they could hear screams of women being attacked at night in the streets and they would hear men throwing rocks on their tin roof to try to draw them outside so they could attack her and her daughter.  They had no heat and no blankets to warm themselves on cold evenings. When it rained, they would have to huddle under a plastic tarp to stay dry. With the prayerful and financial support of VIPIM and your donations, they now live a nice one bedroom apartment with plumbing, electricity, in a secure gated community.  Favour is enrolled in school at 2.5 years old when most children in Kenya do not begin school until they are 7.  Favour ranks first in her class out of eight students who are much older than her.  Both Esther and Favour now travel throughout. Kenya sharing their testimonies and ministering to widows and orphaned children. Esther is also working on her first book, an autobiography entitled “Favour”.  

  • On June 27, 2011 VIPIM was approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit charity and our board of directors were announced. Please refer to  under the “About Us” page for profiles on each board member both here and in Kenya. All donations are now tax-deductible for you and qualify for corporate matching contributions.



On behalf of the entire VIPIM staff and our partners worldwide, I would like to thank you so much for your past donations and ask that you please consider providing both prayer and financial support as we prepare for the future.  We will continue to support the children in Kenya in addition to expanding our efforts into India and The Philippines as God directs.


Please keep in mind that just a little financial donation goes such a long way due to the value of the currency in these countries.  Any amount that God places in your heart would be such a blessing and please remember that 100% of any funds donated go directly to the children who need it the most. If you have any friends or family members who might share our passion for making a huge difference in the life of a child, please refer them to our website or to me directly.                                                    




  ***Please note that I am available to make presentations for any church, humanitarian group, families, schools. or individuals who may be interested, or know of others who may be interested, in learning more details about VIPIM International Ministries and the many different ways that you are able to help support this ministry. Please contact me at 815-546-6988 or by email at for additional information.


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