Yesterday, the cement roof was completed on the 2nd level of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home! Freetown, Sierra Leone. Like the work we’re doing ? Join us!
Look what YOU have done through Touch the Nations! The children from Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home took a trip to the beach over summer break. Some had never seen the ocean, though they live near it. They even had dinner in a restaurant! Does anyone else get goosebumps and a heart jumping with joy seeing […]
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!
The Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home for Ebola orphans is much closer to reality. Arches for the front of the building and Roman columns for the back veranda are in progress. The next step is to pour a ceiling for the basement. Touch the Nations donations made this terrific progress possible. Thank you for your contribution!
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.
Check out some of the latest photos on the Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home being constructed in Sierra Leone.
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