Give your helping hand to those who need it!

Our projects

Maintaining healthy, happy environments is an important, and often neglected part of aid work. We work with local community organizers closely. Take a look at past and present projects to see how you can help.

Gifting Program...Want to give a gift in honor of a loved one that will mean the world to someone?

​This is Obedy who has been one of the children we have supported since 2010. He recently graduated (November "22) from secondary school and is now attending university in Mwanza to become an accountant.We are so very proud of him!

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​Our annual auction has been postponed due to COVID these last 3 years but hopefully we will have it in May 2023! Stay tuned and check the website for updates. Our 14th annual 5K/10K Run and Walk will be held at Moriches Field Brewing Company in early November 2023.

Lengai, a student we have supported at Engilanget Primary school since 2015, went home to visit his family recently. He proudly shared his diploma with his family. He is now attending Patandi  Secondary School . We are so proud of Lengai! He suffers from Potts Disease from tuberculosis that went undiagnosed when he was just 3 years old. We are so proud of Lengai and will continue to pray for his success in school.

Our newest students Jenipha aged 15 and Pius who is in 1st grade both need sponsors. Giving a teenage girl an opportunity to go to school helps protect her from early marriage, often by age 14. 



​Some students at ST. Rose Academy when they came back to school in January for the spring semester. Recently we donated soccer balls and updated the playground. The students have 2 new teachers and are learning english in class, Sister Yakunda our "principal" is doing an amazing job improving the rigor of the program at St. Rose Academy.


Would you like to join us on our next humanitarian trip to Tanzania? Keep checking the website for updates. In the meantime here are a few photos from our recent trip in October 2022.

​Grateful thanks to Mary Rose Rodriguez and her friends for their generous donation of $274 for John Paul Rehabilitation Center. With this donation mats for the new PT room will be purchased. We are so grateful to Mary Rose for her continued dedication to our projects in Tanzania. Here is a photo of Mary Rose on her trip to Tanzania with us in 2017. 


Give hope to those who need it most!


An education can change a life! Maasai girls are frequently forced into marriage by the age of 14. Our goal is to give children an opportunity to go to school by providing things like uniforms and school fees from elementary school through high school.


food and supplies

To do great work, you need tools. Classrooms school supplies and books. Empty stomachs hurt. They break concentration and make the future seem impossible. Providing food and water is essential part of health.