The Salvation Army opened its Children’s Home in Buccament, St. Vincent in 2012 with their mission being to provide foster care for disadvantaged, abused and abandoned children between the ages of 3 years and 17 years of age.

The Salvation Army engages two (2) House Mothers to provide 24-hour care for the children and the Home. The well-maintained and spacious Home can accommodate up to 16 children/teens and comes with a large fenced yard which provides abundant play area.

In January 2021, UK Friends of the MCT approved a grant for funding to the Salvation Army Children’s Home, which provided:

Three (3) dining sets to seat up to 18 persons
One (1) small-sized dining set to seat up to six (6) toddlers
Two (2) large tables, chairs and white board for a classroom area
Monthly Grocery Allowance
Stipend Contribution for two (2) House Mothers
Kitchen cookware, utensils and children-safe dinnerware

It was indeed heartening to work together with the Salvation Army and see the fruition of this Grant, which now contributes towards the comfort, health, education and well-being of these children. It is hoped that this assistance will afford these children, who already face unfortunate circumstances, the love and care deserving of every child.

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