Working to help empower women, save children and fight poverty in Kenya, we are transformed and inspired by the people we meet. These are our stories.
Today’s music therapy friends at the Jacaranda School. – Kelley Pujol
Not every day are you blessed to be in the presence of such a humble and great servant. At the Java House at Junction Mall I was greeted by Dr. Charles Mulli and his movie film crew from California.
The group arrives to find Kimmani with a severe ear infection. Job one: Get him to a doctor.
Kelley Pujol has posted a photo of the group’s safe arrival in Kenya, and Michelle Outman earlier shared photos of the group as they arrived in Detroit. We hope to hear more from our group soon after they’ve had time to rest from the long journey.
This is the new cow that h.o.w? has just purchased for Josephine. The cow will provide milk and potential income for her family.
A group of 11 h.o.w? ministry mission workers, all from Southeast Missouri, includes four college students, four high school students and three therapists/educators. They will depart the U.S. on Sunday for two weeks in Kenya.
For 8 of the 11 team members this will be their first journey to Africa. June 1, Kenya bound.
We need you to financially partner with us to provide much needed repairs, updates and purchases at Children’s Garden in Nairobi. Children’s Garden provides a home for 100+ orphans and school to an additional 175 children who live in a slum close by.
Donations are packed, loaded and on their way to STL for a week of storage. June 1, they will be with our team of 11 on their way to Kenya!
h.o.w? Ministry has launched a new website at howministry.org to strengthen its communication and expand its focus to include the h.o.w? jewelry line as well as other key projects served by the organization.
Just received a $1,000 donation for the Children’s Garden bunk beds and painting project. Absolutely blessed and thankful! We are 1/3 of the way to our goal of $3,000 to fully fund the project! 1 week to raise $2,000.