checks can also be mailed to the following address:

House of Caring
Sierra Leone Inc.,
5877 Southland Drive
Stone Mountain, GA 30087

About Us

HISTORY & LEGAL STATUS

The House of Caring Organization started in 2003 as a component of Mankind United to Save African Children (MUSAC). In 2010, it obtained legal status as a separate legal entity from Mankind United to Save African Children, to focus on providing supportive and caring services for disadvantaged and needy children. In 2019, it dropped MUSAC from its name and is now House of Caring,Sierra Leone Inc. (HOCSL).

It is Incorporated in the State of Georgia as a Non-Profit Corporation and with the United States Internal Revenue Service as a Charitable and Tax Exempt 501 (c)(3) Organization. It is also registered in the United Kingdom with the charity commission for England and Wales and is also registered in Sierra Leone with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children's Affairs as an Indigenous Local Voluntary Organization.

A Board in Atlanta and an Advisory Board in the United Kingdom make all major decisions in running the organization. They are both governed by By laws.

Since inception the manager at the Home has been:
Mr Tamba Kaimachiande (Phone +232 88 036655).
The Assistant manager Mr Vandi Lahai and Matron Ms Adama Bangura.

The Home is presently located in a rental property at:
110-A Phillips Street,
Wellington, Sierra Leone, West Africa.

We are in the process of building a permanent Home.

 

Two Of The Girls In The Outreach Program

US Board Members Retreat

WHO WE ARE

We are a dedicated and concerned group of individuals in the United States, United Kingdom, and Sierra Leone. We are committed to improving the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children in Sierra Leone.

We come from various professional backgrounds: academia, medicine and other health professions, journalism, business, public accounting, public administration,architecture, information technology, and others.

What we currently share in common is that we experienced Sierra Leone as children. However, our circumstances were much better than the children we have chosen to support and guide to success. This is our own way to give back to society.