Malawi Orphanage Summer Update

This is an update for our sponsored humanitarian project in Malawi, Africa.

Our team leader Keyason has managed to get the village through the floods and shortage of food. He continues to be a guiding light with his team that works so hard to feed, clothe, educate, and inspire several hundred in Chickwawa, Malawi.

With the limited support we offer, somehow he’s managed to find more donors that have provided to their mission. Please consider a donation to Prepare For Change to continue our main mission in Malawi.

Not only is the Malawi Orphanage covering the needs for the 530+ that are housed at the Nova Gaia Orphanage – Malawi, but Keyason and team are doing work for neighboring villages as he shared with us on June 15.

“Today we are very happy to have an opportunity of sharing and distributing some small gifts to people, orphans, widows, old aged and disabled. But our aim is to reach more people with support of food, building house, building church buying bicycle, as well as bibles and drill wells to community areas where there are no good water.”

Here’s a message given to the group. Please forgive the audio quality, it was very windy there this day.

Keyason has put trust in several orphans that now assist as team members in their ongoing mission. Here’s a video of one making an announcement to the villagers. Though hard to hear at moments, the overall impression is that the team is glad to be of service and offer gifts to share with the others. They also make mention of the need to help the orphans there. He sums up that in order to continue to help that they need encouragement.

Over the years, the team’s faith has gotten them through many difficult situations.

Keyason’s growth and leadership is an amazing example of true service-to-others. Just remember that their own village is severely underserved and in incredible need, yet, they would give of their very limited supplies to assist others. Where there is such need in this part of the world, it’s a stark contrast to people’s own actions in the US that see many recently looting for discretionary or non-essential items.

As always, it’s through the generosity of our community that we are able to provide constant financial support to the orphans, elderly and infirm. What the village really needs says Keyason is religious support. They need to be able to buy bibles and really desire to be put in touch with a faith-based outreach. Please, reach out to [email protected] if you have any inroads in the country or this African region.

Our Malawi friends constantly encourage us. They face adversity all the time and keep a positive attitude. Though we are often world’s apart, we are joined in our hearts and mission.

 

For those of our members who’ve supported Prepare for Change over the years, know that the vast majority of your donations have built strength and heart in this part of the world.

To donate to our Prepare For Change/ Nova Gaia Orphanage, please find the donate button on the PrepareforChange.net website, or if you prefer just donate via PayPal directly to [email protected]. We are a 501(c)(3) charity, so your donations are a tax write off.

Thank you.

Your Tax Free Donations Are Appreciated and Help Fund our Volunteer Website and Orphanage

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