Due to COVID-19, our yearly Sunbeam Celebration is different. To keep everyone safe during this time, we are using GoFundMe to CELEBRATE and remember Sunbeam Boys Home.
Sunbeam Boys Home is a home to serve boys and young men in Jamaica, while providing a safe and nurturing environment, while teaching the principles of Christian living.
Currently, there are 36 boys living at Sunbeam and 15 boys in the Transition Program. While at Sunbeam, the boys develop their faith, attend school, and are given the gift of hope to prepare them to re-enter their communities.
Mission teams continue to be a big support to Sunbeam through prayer, travel, donations, and monetary gifts.
Sunbeam Association for Mission continues to help financially support the operation of Sunbeam. Your donation through this Celebration will go towards helping feed the boys healthy meals in addition to supporting their educational needs.
Sunbeam Boys Home was founded in 1976 by Pastor Cedric Lue after he read the book, "The Cross and the Switchblade." He noticed the number of boys living on the streets in Jamaica and felt called to respond to that need. In no time, Pastor Lue had 25 boys living at Sunbeam.
The first mission team traveled to Sunbeam in 1988 from Little Falls, MN. In 2001, a non-profit organization, a 501 (c) 3 was incorporated called, "Sunbeam Association for Mission (SAM)."
On behalf of Sunbeam Association for Mission, we THANK YOU for remembering Sunbeam through your prayers and donation.