Just received: more sand and cement purchased, and handmade bricks formed for the third level of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone.
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 […]
Boys without Names…I picked this up at the library yesterday. Just reading the inside sleeve, reminded me how grateful I am to everyone who sponsors children through Touch the Nations. We literally have no concept of what impact sponsorship can make in a life. The alternatives are staggering. Huge thanks to all who invest. There’s […]
Star of the Week, Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone: Adama T. She loves to sing and play balance ball, a local sport in Sierra Leone .
Bwiza Home, Burundi: PAINT! These pictures show how it was necessary to repaint the Children house. You can see yourself the change after repainting the walls inside.
Who is on your Christmas list? Giving Tuesday is right around the corner. Would you consider helping to provide a Christmas party for children who are orphaned in Africa? #GivingTuesday #TouchTheNations
I’m THANKFUL for the faithful support people provide so Touch the Nations can back incredible leaders in Africa.
Are you part of a group who is looking to impact those in need as the holidays approach? Consider adopting one of 4 children’s homes in Africa whom Touch the Nations supports. Funds which we send will purchase a new set of clothes including shoes and underwear for each child, as well as allowing them […]
Touch the Nations is excited to announce an expanded partnership in Ethiopia with BethanyKids, an NGO dedicated to the holistic care of of children with surgical conditions and disabilities. We will be working together to provide life-saving surgeries for 80 children in Ethiopia this year. Summary Most children in Ethiopia do not have access to […]
Much has happened at Newton including… This widow’s former husband had been the chairman in Newton Amputee Community. Everyone highly esteemed him. He truly served the people. The children’s home (orphanage) has been named after him. It was our honor to help her with a bag of rice. The children’s home welcomed five new children. […]