Nairobi, Kenya • July 13th, 2015 Today we drove to the Mathare Child Development Center where a local Kenyan named Jane showed us around the school and church. She was incredibly inspirational, helping almost 1,500 kids each day. It all started in 1999 when 12 boys who had been rooting through garbage for food came to help Jane clean
The team has arrived safely in Nairobi! Here's their update: First day in Kenya. We visited Alice at the Candlelight school and made our first fair trade purchase. We then had chapatis and lentil soup at Alice's house. We are now visiting with Stacey Whitman. Of course we go no where without Joshua and David.
Take Heart's 2nd cow gave birth this week to a baby girl. The purchase of these cows through people like you will provide sustainable income for those living in extreme poverty. I've never milked a cow, but plan on doing that on my trip...we are leaving this Friday! I will keep you updated and it's
We are launching our first ever fundraising campaign and we hope you'll join us - we're looking for 100 people to give $100 in 100 hours for education (March 23 @ 8am - March 27 @ 12pm). Experts around the world believe that education will be a vital component in the eradication of poverty. We
We received word from Pastor Joshua last week that Irene passed her form 4 exams. GO IRENE! She is wanting to attend university to pursue a career in Community Health Science - and we want that for her too. When we made a commitment to these girls it was to see their education (and them)
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We received this exciting update from Pastor Joshua today! Rehema Adhiambo is one of the newest students that we are sponsoring for 2015 (and hopefully beyond). Rehema’s sponsor died when she was finishing up 6th grade, forcing her to go and live with her aunt. In order to avoid an increasingly dangerous situation with her aunt’s husband, she