You’re never too young! Jack, Justin and Ella Holdcroft (with their parents) volunteered to send out over 900 brochures for Touch the Nations. Your ‘behind the scenes’ work will impact lives across the world. Thank you!
Great Progress at Kondie Farm School, Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home (Images Inside)
Kondie Farm School Expansion! The Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home Rises Up, Brick by Brick Flood Victims Receive Bags of Rice…Supported Directly by Touch the Nations
Help for Sierra Leone Flooding
Torrential rain from monsoons earlier this month caused floods, landslides, deaths and chaos in western parts of Freetown, Sierra Leone. We’re sending immediate relief to displaced people. Can you help?
Last Ebola Patient Released from the Hospital in Sierra Leone
There is dancing and celebration in Sierra Leone as the last Ebola patient leaves the hospital! Click to read more and see a video of the celebration.
Kondie Farm Children’s Home Foundation Complete
The concrete foundation for the children’s home at Kondie Farm is complete. It took 3 months to remove a boulder that stood in the way of this foundation, but the end result looks great!
Struggles in Burundi
Burundi is passing through difficult times with upcoming elections. According to the news, more than 20,000 people have taken refuge in Rwanda, 11,000 people fled to Tanzania and 7,000 others left for Congo. Schools are closed, shops are closed, prices have gone up two to four times. From Burundi — ‘Thank you for sending provisions for […]
Fifteen months ago, the situation at the Joseph House was dire, with no food and 36 hungry children. We rallied support, and faithful donors have been keeping all of those children alive ever since. We have also been able to provide ‘feast days’ with meat for major holiday celebrations. We began supporting 2 pediatric surgeons in Addis […]
Samuel Spoke at Omaha
Samuel Menyongar from Sierra Leone was welcomed at Alice Buffett Magnet Middle School, speaking to 7th & 8thgraders about being a refugee, living through 3 wars, and about the current Ebola crisis.
Tribute to Bonnie Rae Seigel, by Katja Starkey
Bonnie Seigel is the mother of Katja Starkey, who founded Touch the Nations. Bonnie has served as the Secretary of Touch the Nations since its inception in 2004. Bonnie passed away on January 12, 2015. Her advocacy through practical, behind-the-scenes support as well as heart passion has impacted lives in Sierra Leone, Burundi and Ethiopia. […]
Ebola Orphanage Work Underway
Work has begun on the two story building with the green roof is part of Kondie Farm School. The children’s home will be right next to it.