Basic Needs

We offer free basic needs such as food, clothes, moral advice and assist people with HIV/AIDS get proper medical care while advocating for their right to medication…


PLWHAs have been known to go through a lot of trauma right from the time they are tested and known to be positive. Such trauma are associated with…

Girl Child Advocacy

Speaking against female genital mutilation, advocate for girl child education in the society and campaign against girl child forced or early marriages…

Self-Help Groups

We assist the poor and the unprivileged people in the society especially orphans, widows and the aged, who do not have access to basic needs and love by establishing support groups…

About Us

We create awareness on HIV/AIDS, fight stigma and discrimination and support families affected in Kenya and East Africa.
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God bless You as you bless us too.

We believe that God is the creator of the universe creating both of the seen (physical) and the unseen (spiritual) realms and that God the creator is also the giver of life. We believe the Holy Bible is God’s word Personally spoken by God for mankind for the purpose of revealing who He is and it is without error in all issues to which it speaks. We believe in the Triunity (Trinity), one God in three Persons, consisting of Father, Son Jesus, and Holy Spirit.
Matthew 25:35-36
When we show pity, compassion, and kindness to those in difficult straits, we are practicing the merciful attitude that God expects each of His children to exhibit at all times. Of course, He does not want us to be so soft-hearted that we become an easy mark for those who would take advantage of us, but He does want us to develop a keen sense of discernment that realizes when mercy is a better option than the strict application of rules.
Undoubtedly, each of us would lend a helping hand to another who was in physical need, but there are other situations in which a physical need is not apparent that also require us to extend mercy.
To deal with people with HIV/AIDS by offering free basic needs such as food, clothes, moral advice and assist them get proper medical care and have access to basic needs and advocate for their right to have access to medication and campaign against discrimination of HIV/AIDS persons at social places, at home and at work.
“Before I met with members of Grace Sufficient organization, I had always thought having HIV/AIDS is a death sentence. However, after a series of trainings by Pastor Grace and the organization,I realized that is not the case. I learnt that there’s a life to live normally while raising kids, as well as giving birth to more babies that are HIV negative. Thereafter after this wonderful training, my spouse gave birth to two children who are HIV negative. For once I believed that I can build my future with my kids. Pastor Grace and her team of volunteers, helped me open a bank account to save money from my very low income security job, receiving a check of about ksh 2000 a month. I save to secure my family on a rainy day.”
Maina, Testimonial
I learned that it is possible to live a long life with HIV/AIDS, but only through positive thinking approach. I later met my fiancee who is also HIV positive and we got married.
James Githua, Testimonial
Advocacy 93%
Poverty Reduction 97%
Support Groups 98%
Community Sensitization 95%