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Please consider helping

February 18, 2010
Please consider this opportunity this summer to help out at Afayo Uganda Foundation. If you are interested let me know and I will connect you to Ivan to work out the details. Also, there is a donation button on this site (the second one). If you donate, please send me a note so I can keep track of where the money came from.
Hello Carlos,
Praise Jesus Christ the Son of the Living God. Hope all is well with you. I know it has been sometime without hearing from us but its all because of the turbulence we have been going through as a ministry.
I am of the request, that if it would be possible, we would organize a fundraiser for the tuition of the children. We need US$ 1151 towards this alone.
Secondly, we need some volunteers or missionaries who would be willing to serve with us for sometime maybe this summer or earlier. They should be willing to serve with the administration as well as in the village. Whenever you have or can find someone who is willing or wishing to come over to Africa to serve with us; that will be awesome.
Concerning the website, it’s in its final stages of designing and we will need to raise some funds for the hosting which is about US$95.
As soon as we realize this, the website will be up in just the next 24 hours.
We still don’t have power and internet at the office. So whenever i get time to write to you, I do so.
Hope to hear from you soon.
God bless you so much.
Ivan
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Barefoot Sunday

June 12, 2009

Last Sunday we held Barefoot Sunday to help collect shoes and funds for Afayo Foundation Uganda. We collected enough shoes and also some clothing that will be sent and also some funds that will be needed to ship. Yet, we still will need a few more funds to help with shipping. Prayerfully consider if you can be a part in this. If there is any extra funds that we receive we will send that to the Afayo Foundation. The picture above is a young man who I understand to have never owned shoes before. If you look closely the sandals he is wearing do not even match.

The next picture is another young man who did not even know how to put on socks, yet was proud of his new socks and shoe and was excited to wear them to church. An Afrikaan friend of mine that goes to my church made a statement to me that sort of startled me. She stated, “In some parts of Africa, shoes are not an option.”
The last picture is a shoe that I understand many do wear. Please help us give these children an option.

Contact me if you want to be part of this outreach.

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Barefoot Sunday

June 12, 2009

Last Sunday we held Barefoot Sunday to help collect shoes and funds for Afayo Foundation Uganda. We collected enough shoes and also some clothing that will be sent and also some funds that will be needed to ship. Yet, we still will need a few more funds to help with shipping. Prayerfully consider if you can be a part in this. If there is any extra funds that we receive we will send that to the Afayo Foundation. The picture above is a young man who I understand to have never owned shoes before. If you look closely the sandals he is wearing do not even match.

The next picture is another young man who did not even know how to put on socks, yet was proud of his new socks and shoe and was excited to wear them to church. An Afrikaan friend of mine that goes to my church made a statement to me that sort of startled me. She stated, “In some parts of Africa, shoes are not an option.”
The last picture is a shoe that I understand many do wear. Please help us give these children an option.

Contact me if you want to be part of this outreach.

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