The organizations listed below have been a vital part of the success of Pavilion Village. Without the assistance of these entities, it would not be possible for this children's home to operate:
Advocate Ministries in Birmingham, Alabama provided the initial support necessary to get Pavilion off the ground. It continues to work with CCF and Agape Fellowship Centers to keep Pavilion running.
A.I.M. (Assisting Indigenous Ministries)
AIM is the missions arm of Advocate Ministries and has sponsored short term missions to East Africa for more than 8 years. AIM sponsored the 2005 trip to Nanyuki that gave rise to the birth of Pavilion Village Home.
The Bridge Birmingham
The Bridge Birmingham (Alabama) is a sponsoring organization of Pavilion Village in conjunction with Agape Fellowship Centers of Kenya. Debbie Gray of The Bridge Birmingham served as the founding onsite director of Pavilion.
The Association of Bridge Churches
The Bridge Birmingham is a part of the network of churches founded by John Paul Jackson and The Association is a supporter of Pavilion
The Church at Bradford Road
The Church at Bradford Road is one of the original financial supporters of Pavilion Village and has sent pastoral staff members to Kenya in support of the work that Pavilion is doing.
Jesus Harvesters Ministries / Agape Fellowship Center
Agape Fellowship Centers of Kenya and their parent ministry organization Jesus Harvesters Ministries partnered with Cahaba Christian Fellowship to sponsor Pavilion Village.
Mission Afrika Tours and Safaris
Mission Afrika Tours and Safaries has provided drivers and guides for our teams in Africa for the last 8 years and has been a vital part of the support network for the establishment of Pavilion Village.
Open Door Church
Open Door in Minor, Alabama is a longtime supporter of Pavilion Village and Cecilia Sides of Open Door served as an onsite director of Pavilion.