THANK YOU for being our partners in the fight to connect resources and people around the country – and around the world – in order to support our brothers and sisters in need.
In 2012, $17,850,150 spent. Over 152,000 lives changed.
- Over 27,000 Americans served in Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
- Over 35,000 American Indians served in Montana and South Dakota.
- Over 90,000 Africans served in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zambia.
“I can go to school and no
one can make fun of me.
I have nice shoes now.
Now I am like the others.”
Ten-year-old New Shoes Recipient
American Indian Programs:
“A lot of us are low income, considered
poverty-level. For me as a parent trying
to make my food dollars stretch, it’s
pretty tough. For these kids to take this
stuff home on weekends really helps.
I know a lot of the kids depend on the
program and they look forward to it.
It has really helped the families a lot.
Nadine, Takini School Mother
|Programs in Africa
125.25 tonsof relief materials
|“We are very grateful to you for
helping the people of Africa. Your
sacrifices have put smiles on our
faces. Many, many people who
have been hopeless now have
hope to live.”
Reverend Frances Mambu