Help Rainbow Nation Care Centre take care of abandoned children

Rensia and Lucas Martin taking care of abandoned children.

The Rainbow Nation Care Centre, established by Rensia and Lucas Martin, is situated in the Bluff area. The care centre has been a safe house children who have no parents or a home.

Rensia Martin, who is foster mother to the children, said that community members are not aware of the home and as a result, they have not been able to acquire their support.

“The organisation has been registered as an a non-profitable organisation. East Coast Radio jock and actor, Warrick Frank, is the vice chairman of the board and is involved in fundraising initiatives,” she said. Lucas Martin runs a small business by himself just to put food on the table.

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“It is only by the grace of God that it’s 23 years and we are still going on for so strong. We just need help with the basic necessities. We are passionate about the children and just want to see them happy,” he said.

The centre is struggling to make ends meet and are willing to accept any form of help possible. The couple take care of nine children with the number increasing every year.

“We urge all those who would like to support our home in anyway possible or even come in for a visit, to contact Rensia Martin. Our children need your love and support,” said Rensia. If anyone is interested in helping the family grow, contact Rensia Martin on 060-857-2327.

Candice George

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