Upon learning that children with albinism were being slaughtered for body parts used in potions believed to bring great wealth, ACN felt compelled to assist these children.

As a “K-TAS Friend and Advisor,” ACN was able to purchase and then renovate a "safe house," which opened its doors in August 2011. Near a police station, it's intended use was to be the regional headquarters for the Kilimanjaro branch of the Tanzania Albino Society (K-TAS), a dormitory for young people needing a temporary home in Moshi to commute to and from school, and a “safe house” for Persons with Albinism (PWA) travelers.