There are times when one meets strangers who are so kind, one can never thank them enough. Marty is that kind of stranger most people pray for but few are fortunate to meet. Thanks to him, the amazing people of SLO launched a book drive for the Adjara library project, a huge contribution we are […]
Meeting Terry and Pete was a blessing. I was a stranger and they reached out to me. Their hearts are so full of love, you feel like hanging out with them everyday. To them I say: Thank you for your friendship and warm embrace.
Fine T-shirts: For your contribution of $25, you get one of our fine Rethink Africa T-shirts. For $40 or more, you get two. A Trip to Africa! Fundraise for us and you get a free trip to Benin Republic, including: Road trip to neighboring countries of Togo and Ghana just 4-hour away Meet the people whose […]
Rethink Africa’s Food for School program (FFS) supports not only classroom education of the girls; it also supports any dreams and passions they may have, including sports and vocational training. For instance, these girls (pics below) like playing soccer and we like supporting them. Fired Up, Ready for Training Practising Headers . . . Ride on, […]
There is no bigger vessel of grace, no stronger believer Rethink Africa’s dream, particularly the library project, than Rochelle. We are grateful for her generous donations, which have moved us closer to the goal.
Do you have used books that are gathering dust on your shelves, or simply taking up space in your garage or office? Those idle books contain information that could change lives in my hometown. When you donate them to our library project, it’s a win-win: You put a smile on the faces of the people […]
This is the beauty of America: goodwill. Before I knew it, words had spread like wildfire and book donations started pouring in from all corners of Los Angeles and beyond. Kind Americans were calling in to offer book donations and library materials.
Everybody needs encouragement on their life’s journey and I got plenty of it from the wonderful people I met at the WordCamp in Alabama. I’m grateful for their enthusiastic support for my work in Africa. Below are the faces of some of the nicest people that I’ve met.