We are steadily making progress on the Ebola Orphanage facility (Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home). The goal is to have kids moved in to bottom level in May or June. Consider sponsoring one of the new children moving in!
Surgeons in Ethiopia removed a huge tumor from a young boy. The boys father wished to express his thanks: I was waiting my son’s death with deep sorrow, but now he is as healthy as he was before. I would like to thank all who participated to change my child’s life for the better.
Touch the Nations provided much loved soccer balls to youth who were able to enjoy their national sport. A few dollars can go a long way to impact a young life. Can you contribute today?
Touch the Nations provided rice to flood victims in Sierra Leone. Can you help get a family back on their feet? Thank you for your support!
Do you have an old, functioning laptop which you no longer use? We would love to expand the number of computers in the student lab. Please help provide necessary skills for future success. Contact us.
Our goal is to have full funding for our Ebola orphanage before the year’s end. Any gift can help. Would you be willing to invest so children who have lost the most important adults in their lives can have a new place to call home? Over $19,000 is needed.
Kelsey Musgjerd, a former student from Alice Buffett Magnet Middle School, recruited friends and family to donate to Touch the Nations in lieu of receiving gifts on her 16th birthday. Her generosity reached both Ethiopia and Sierra Leone. Pictured here is a scholarship recipient expressing her thanks. “Be the change you want to see in […]
Priya Kukreja, was awarded the BBB Student Service Excellence Award for exemplifying personal integrity, leadership, and community service. The Better Business Bureau and Omaha Rotary Club presented $200 to Touch The Nations on her behalf. Priya has volunteered for Touch the Nations for the past 2 years. She is a former student of Katja […]
Much progress has been made at the Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home:
Kelsey Musgjerd decided that she wanted to focus on GIVING rather than RECEIVING. On her 16th birthday, instead of gifts for herself, she asked for donations for the children in Ethiopia. Thank you, Kelsey!