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It's Holiday Time!

12/5/16 4:33pm
Wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

Thanks to all of ours sponsors. Since my June trip we've had more than 12 new sponsors join us and choose kids. (22 kids to be exact) This brings our grand total to around 143 kids now and the number grows daily. We're forever grateful to those who spread the word and helped us to gain new sponsors! Spreading the word is the very best way to help. 

We are planning on delivering Food , Clothes, Sandals and soap to lots of kids & 10 new mattresses bringing our total # of mattresses donated this year to 16
this will make their new year brighter. 2016 has quite possibly been our best year ever
with the number of sponsors and number of kids growing I'm sure one day we'll succeed
with our goal of building a school to better serve Uganda's youth. 


We hope we've done our very best to make Christmas and the New Year a 
memorable one for all our kids and their families. 







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