How it began…Orphans in Peru – then Uganda
On a trip to Peru, I had the privilege of witnessing first hand the need of orphanages not only here but around the world. The one I visited is very well run, however the need for beds and infant formula was in limited supply. Being a mother to 2 beautiful boys, I can only imagine the hardships the parents and in some cases single mothers have to endure. At some point in the future, I would love to assist and give back to others for being blessed and thankful for what I have.
This led me to My Journey to Africa where I was able to visit a village in Uganda where there were 2 schools with over 300 children – many being orphans. I was invited to visit and was able to observe what was needed. It is part of my Global Outreach to help assist with their schools and help in some way make their village more sustainable. A little help to give some hope to the children and their future.
“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” -Mother Teresa