“Thanks for remembering the children and staff of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home during Christmas every year .They are so excited about the Christmas party and the gifts that they will be receiving …and Christmas is one of their best days.” -Samuel Menyongar, Sierra Leone
Each Christmas, we send bonus funds to all 4 of our children’s homes so that all of the children may enjoy a feast of meat, vegetables, special drinks, and treats. We also provide a new outfit, new shoes, and essential items. WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE A PART OF MAKING THIS HAPPEN? Donate today!
Imagine being a child with no parents, no advocate. Touch the Nations is stepping in to the lives of children who have been orphaned, providing care, education, hope and a future. Orphan Sunday is recognized each November. Would you join us in changing the trajectory of precious lives? Sponsor a child. Help us build schools […]
Congratulations to Alimamy K and Mariama S of BMCH, sixth graders who passed the regional exams and are now in 7th grade..Many students across the nation failed, but they made it.
Just received: more sand and cement purchased, and handmade bricks formed for the third level of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone.
Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home: Construction on the 3rd level is now at window height.
It’s Back to School time in Sierra Leone. Teens and children from BMCH got new shoes and school supplies. First day of school at Kondie Farm.
Earlier this week, friends said they would like to dig another well in Africa. This will change the lives of an entire community in Liberia. Today, I got to speak with Suzanne, the Burundian leader of Bwiza Home. She is my African mother of 20 years. I also got to speak with Yves, who grew […]
Continued Progress, 3rd and final level Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone
ETHIOPIA: Celebrating Successful Surgery Supported by Touch the Nations: Yunusa, age 3. His father, a school teacher, said, “When I come from Gambia, His mom and myself really didn’t think that he will get back alive because he was very sick. The whole family was crying a lot when we said good bye.” Yunusa was […]