Back to School
This month's Hands U.S. newsletter features stories of an extraordinary teacher in Nigeria, a young student in California, and a whole family in Minnesota making a difference in the lives of vulnerable children in Africa who long to go back to school. Also featured in this issue is Kisunka, an area still full of children for whom school is just a distant dream.
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Come see with your own eyes God's amazing work in Africa among the poorest of the poor. We need international volunteers to come alongside local people like scaffolding, to encourage and support the local Church to care deeply for the children most in need in their own neighborhoods. Visit our website for details on long- and short-term opportunities for individuals and groups.
Pray. Tell the story, show a Hands at Work video at your church on a Sunday morning or at a special meeting; invite a Hands at Work speaker to visit your church; share the story of what's happening in Africa and God's call for the world to respond. Leverage your passion, leadership and organisational gifts to affect hundreds of orphans by taking on the task of raising funds among your…
The heart of Hands at Work is to mobilize the African church to reach the continent's most vulnerable children, to reach 100,000 orphaned and vulnerable children that would otherwise not be reached. Be a part of achieving this goal through our Arise+Build by committing now to a monthly contribution or one time donation. Donate now through our Cause or click on the link to find your local Hands…
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