Reverend Marjorie, the founder of Comfort Homes, has often dreamt about a home where the orphanage is not what you would call “mass production” where children are locked together enmasse in the dormitory with over 20 children in one dormitory.
Thereafter, the dream for a home of this sort intensified and enhanced when she visited a motherless babies home in the Eastern part of Nigeria some years ago. “I saw the squalor in which those children lived and promised myself that one day I would give an orphan child a brighter future.”
Being an orphan does not mean a child should be deprived of life’s basic needs and education. They did not ask to be born and so deserve to live a good life.
That is how the vision of Comfort Home orphanage was birthed.