The Lunsar School has been blessed with new benches and desks, and 2 students have received scholarships. Thanks to our supporters and please contact us if you would like to help!
We are happy to report 15 children on scholarship were promoted at the Bethel school. From the school: Progress Report for Scholarship Awarded to the following students 2011 – 2012. We want to thank I.M.C. and its partners for awarding scholarships to the following students, who have made an impact in their examinations, for the […]
This well project in Makeni had stalled over a property dispute. We recently received word the dispute has been settled and the well is almost complete. Thanks to everyone for supporting.
In March we reported on Suzanne’s work helping widows and their children to get off the streets. This began last Christmas when she and the boys at the Home invited street women and children for a meal. She continued meeting several of the women and was deeply touched by their life stories. Here is an […]
Here is a list of the children who are living at the Newton Orphanage, and a little of their history. Many of the parents were killed or maimed during the war – please consider sponsoring. 1. ALPHA : 9 years of age, no one to look after him. Father and Mother died in the war. […]
“On May 31st I ran in the BolderBoulder 10K… The BolderBoulder is one of the premier 10K road races in the world, with nearly 50,000 runners participating! It is a fun and exciting race through the picturesque streets of Boulder, CO. As you run the 6.2 miles there are bands and dancers and gymnasts performing, […]
Monthly support is being sent to a remote widows and orphans home 10 hours outside the capital city of Addis Ababa. Roads and hospitals are hard to come by in this area. Our support is touching precious lives, both young and old.
This note and story were forwarded from a friend: “this gives victims some sense of closure as others like you continue to reach out and assist them with rebuilding their lives.” Amputees in Sierra Leone rejoice at Taylor sentencing
Tyler: An orphan from both parents, he is almost 12 years old. He was recommended by a single mother who has taken him from the street a few days before. The woman asked me to let Tyler visit her sometimes because he has become a friend to her son, and I agreed. Three weeks ago, […]
Katja and others had a great time telling others about Touch the Nations at Alice Buffet School’s World Peace day. Much interest was shown and many people signed up for the newsletter.