An outreach to single mothers and their children
Serving as an outreach to single mothers and their children, Taellor’s House provides after school care for children along with various programs for mothers. Many school-age children are unable to attend school because they are taking care of their younger siblings while their mother is at work. Taellor’s House provides care for preschool children as well, allowing the older children to attend school.
Currently, 80 children receive lunch (Monday-Friday), tutoring, biblical teaching, English classes, a school uniform, and school supplies. Mothers receive biblical parenting skills, vocational skills, and help securing a job.
Taellor’s House began operation in 2016. Internship opportunities will also be available for girls over the age of 18 who are interested in long-term mission work. For more information, please see the information document and application located to the right on this webpage.
Taellor’s House is named after Taellor Stearns, who passed away in June 2014 at the age of 19. She was a missionary to Nicaragua and part of the Project H.O.P.E. family. Taellor had a passion for children and was excited about the children’s center project. It was only fitting that the center was named after her.