Create a safe place for kids to learn, grow, and thrive.

Home Support covers the costs of running our Home. Our kids have beds to sleep in and showers to use every day because of the generosity of our Home Supporters. Not only does Home Support create a safe place for our kids to live, but it also provides dignified work for the staff of our Home. When you give to Home Support you are helping to cover all the needs above and beyond what is provided through Orphan Support.

Commit to a monthly gift or give a special gift to our Home!



Provide basic needs for a child.

Orphan Support provides the basic needs of our children, like food, clothing, education, and basic medical costs. There are up to 3 supporters per child at our Home. This number is intentionally limited so that supporters have a personal connection with their child through prayer and letter writing.

Orphan Support is a $50 a month commitment.

Currently all of our children are fully supported, but you can sign up for the Orphan Support Waiting List.



Make significant impact now and in God’s timing.

In Greek the word kairos means “opportunity” or “fitting time.” We are constantly praying about what the future looks like for the Solace Family Home and our ministry in Tanda, Cote d’Ivoire. Our Kairos Partners allow us to meet needs right now as well as prepare for God’s timing in future construction projects, new ministry opportunities, and emergency situations. Our Kairos Partnership is designed for businesses, but is open to individuals as well.

Our Kairos Partnership is a commitment $500 a month.



Support our missionaries at the Solace Family Home.

Jeff and Tawnya Jackson are Solace Church missionaries who serve as the Managing Directors of the Solace Family Home. They help oversee the property, staff, and work directly with the children. They are also active in their community creating relationships and visiting local churches. 

The Jacksons' salary, insurance, and travel costs are paid 100% by the generosity of individuals like you. To learn more about their story visit the our Missionaries page.