People visiting the Resource Centre this summer are Jackie North (below), she has been before and fell in love with Kenya so wants to return. Also two students Alice and Hannah will be going out, they will help with some of the projects hopefully develop an understanding of the needs and poverty which others live in. All three are being couriers for us, taking out lots of children’s clothes, a computer for training room, plus a variety of craft materials and more books for Library.
I do like to encourage young people in their gap year or any young person who would like to serve in a very different and needy community, to volunteer themselves to a Life Changing Experience. You will Bless others and be even more Blessed yourselves!
Peacemakers would like to extend an invitation to all our friends and sponsors to become
“Friends of Peacemakers for Life”
By making a regular standing order donation, however small or great, say £5, £10 or £15 a month, it will enable this wonderful resource in Kenya to be maintained and hopefully grow into the Wellspring that it has started to become. Improving the lives of the poor and needy, young and old alike.
Click Here to open Standing order form or Right-click and "Save target as" to save and print.
This will enable and guarantee Peacemakers to have a future in Kenya. Remember the land for the Resource Centre was selected and purchased because of the poverty and great need in the area.
Since we have been there we have seen a drop in the death of new born babies also abandoned babies, provision of mosquitos nets in shambas and help through training in many more areas. You can see on our website, the extent and depths we have reached in the area due to your love and generosity.
The Resource Centre is like an oasis and is used as a ‘Drop in’ for help daily. These people will eventually take on the practical side of the mission, but we need your help, to be sponsors for overhead costs.
Please consider sponsoring the work in Kenya, or even coming to Kenya and being a part of the help which makes such a difference.
Every Blessing until next time, Brenda