Shiloh Place Orphanage | Charity Helping Orphans and the Community
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Our Purpose

  Shiloh Place Orphanage share’s God’s love for children by providing a safe home, meaningful education, basic healthcare, clean water and a welcoming community centre for celebration and worship. 

About Us

Shiloh Place is non-profit organisation and community created in 2010 by Ms. Chantal Kasongo in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).  SPO was envisioned to help children who have lost both parents by uniting the children with a loving widow mother in a safe home and educational environment. 


Enjoy some short video clips of daily life in the classroom and on the SPO grounds to experience the environment in which the children learn and play. 


Shiloh Place Orphanage requires the investments of time and money to build and operate the facilities that are making such a difference in childrens’ lives.  Our work is well under way but there is still much to do.  Please help us provide a solid foundation for a better life for the SPO children and community. 


The Children

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“Marceline’s mother died when Marceline was just a baby, and she became an orphan when her father died a little later.  Marceline and her sister had been struggling just to survive with no chance of education before joining the SPO community.”
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“Here is Mechack , who lives with his grandma as his parents are both gone.  With kind help from people like you, he is able to go to school at Shiloh Place Orphanage and has the chance for a better future.” 

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“Sarah is an orphan who lived with her grampa, the Askari, or security man at Shiloh Place Orphanage, until he passed away eight years ago.  Sarah continues to live at SPO as a member of our community family here.”