In Sub-Saharan Africa, child caregivers are commonly found to be the primary caregivers to a parent or parents facing serious, end-of-life issues such as HIV/AIds or cancer. The Road to Hope program was created as a resource for some child caregivers who could find themselves on a much different road were it not for the assistance provided by this program.
Besides being dedicated to my children and my non-profit, one of my other passions in life is running. Running is a therapeutic activity for me. When running my mind is at peace which is otherwise always thinking at every moment. For me it promotes good health mentally, emotionally and physically. All can be attributed to [...]
The Community Emergency response Team (CERT) program is a volunteer organization comprised of trained citizens who will help themselves and their neighbors during emergencies.
I had finally been able to accomplish one of my goals in my outreach plan to help children in Uganda back in August of 2013. As I had mentioned in the past, I wanted to visit the Village of Kitafaali in the Masaka District of Uganda to personally assess what would be needed for their orphanage’s schools and village.
Manhattan Beach City Councilman Tony D’Errico and the gentlemen to the right was the Mayor of Hermosa Beach, Kit Bobko in 2013. http://www.walkwithsally.org/whitelightwhitenight/about_wws.html
In my outreach efforts, I have been fortunate enough to be in contact with the Director of 2 orphanages in Uganda in need of our help. Henry Ssemaganda, is from Uganda,Masaka District,and in Kyannamukaaka sub county and in a village called Kitafaali. There he runs two much needed orphanages for 3012 children in his village.
News Alert Susane Johnson to complete 135 day run, her Journey Across Canada to Stop Violence Against Children, today in Vancouver Vancouver, British Columbia – This afternoon, 135 days, 5,800 kilometers, eight pairs of running shoes and a continent of travail, perseverance, and kindly strangers behind her, Susane Johnson will put a foot in the [...]
The Monarch School located in San Diego, is an institution whose mission it is to educate students impacted by homelessness and to help them develop hope for a future with the necessary skills and experiences for personal success.
Race to Nowhere initiates conversation about how our educational system needs to evolve. Our first venue proved that we must join together to make a difference in how we teach our kids.