We have been involved with several charities during our life in Galveston.
These include local charities as well as international. We would like to
highlight two of these for you and ask you to consider making a much-needed donation.
We believe in giving back to those who are not as fortunate as we. We believe that people
are mostly good-hearted and would give if simply asked. So, we are asking you to think with
your heart and give to those in need. Any donation, whether small or large will have a positive
impact on these two organizations that are dedicated to helping children in Africa and lost and
abandoned pets in Galveston. The work needed to be done is large and endless. Your gift will
save a life, either human or animal. Please consider giving today.
Africa Childrens Haven
The African Children’s Haven serves more than 700 children who live in extreme poverty in Kenya,
Ethiopia and Tanzania. Their goal is to help at-risk children lead happier, healthier, more
productive lives. The African Children’s Haven supports elementary and high school education
for hundreds of students living in the slums of Nairobi and they work directly with partners to
protect abused and abandoned children. They work hard to make sure the children get the food
they need to grow and to do well in school. Food, Education
- Support Orphan Care
- Prevent Childhood Marriage and Genital Mutilation
- Provide Educational Scholarships
- Support Teacher Programs
- Protect Vulnerable Children
- Provide Nutritional Food For Children
- Prevent HIV/AIDS
- Bring Digital Technology to Supported Schools
Visit: www.africanchildrenshaven.org/donate to make a gift today. You can help to make a
child’s life healthier and happier.
- $1 feeds a needy child for a day
- $5 sends a child to preschool for a week
- $25 pays for a week’s high school tuition, room and board
- $50 provides an orphan with shelter, medical care and education for a month
- $75 pays a primary school teacher’s pay for a month
Read about John’s work with Mission with a Vision, a partner with the African Children’s
Haven in Kenya, to help train Masai women to operate a John Deere tractor that helps them
plow and plant a 10 acre farm that provides much needed food to students and staff.