Cyrus was one of the first boys to come to Sunshine in 2004.

He had been living on the streets, eating garbage, sleeping rough.  Left to survive alone after his parents died.

He describes this opportunity as an abundant blessing from God, giving “me a second chance in my life”.

Life at Sunshine meant a loving caring home and a chance to go to school. He worked hard at school and particularly enjoyed the sporting activities including swimming and rugby!

His hard work paid off and in 2014 was accepted at Mount Kenya University to study a degree in Business IT.  In July 2016 he passed making him the very first Sunshine boy to get a degree.

Cyrus thanks God for his goodness to him and says

"May God bless anyone who is supporting Sunshine so that me and my fellow brothers can have a bright future which we had never thought of while we were in the streets”

Brighter Futures

You can provide brighter futures for vulnerable children like Cyrus, helping them become Citizens of Hope.  Click on the link above to see how you can be a Brighter Futures supporter.