Growing things for the kids at our project in karasundara, uganda. :)
So instead of numerous boxes of sweet things, her swimming students raise funds for our projects. This year they raised a staggering $5345 for our kids! We can do so much with this!
Exchanging presents we don’t really need for life changing work, let’s all do this!! Christmas with meaning! 🙂 Kerry you are beyond wonderful!!! X
2018 went all a bit hectic and turned the shipping container office into a state of disarray. Time to function again!!!!
Not the biggest fan of the Coca Cola company but yesterday they rocked up to our children’s village in Kenya and surprised the kids and staff with food, gifts, cake and a bottle or two of the sugary stuff! What a great thing to do and a lovely happy surprise for all! :)
Our kids in tombo, Sierra Leone elected to delay their Xmas party and have a New Year’s Day one instead. Currently this feast is being cooked up and in an hour or so they’re off to the beach for fun, games and a bit more food. Have a cracker kiddos!!!! You deserve this!!!
2018. You’ve been such a trying, difficult year for us at Orphfund! Constant Challenges across the board at each and every turn. I’ve never wanted to give up as much as I have this year. It’s been way too hard!!! 2019 as you roll in please come with joys and energising moments all the way!
For those that join me with their efforts to help by volunteering I thank you deeply for your time and commitment to the kids. You keep me afloat!
And to everyone that contributes financially or has helped in anyway we cannot do this without you!
Happy new year!
Our kamakwie girls football team in Sierra Leone got off to a winning start! 2-0 in their first ever match! 🙂
Christmas day was a desperately sad one for us at OrphFund. Shockingly, In the late hours of Christmas day we suddenly lost John, our Samaya Secondary School Principal. John Amuzu was such a hardworking, honest, committed and forward thinking man. Whenever i was with him was he was always so welcoming and grateful for our support, and so proud of his school and their achievements.
Its devastating news for OrphFund Sierra Leone and all that new him. A big hole is left in the remote Samaya community. Paul at just 39 leaves behind his wife and 2 children.
Its kid day everyday at OrphFund but today is International Children's Day! What a good time to remember just how amazing kids are!
On this very day, why not jump on board and become an OrphFund donor and help one more child in the world?
Its life changing and we've never needed you more!