Save the Date! Spring is a
Time for Hope Benefit Brunch
Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 11:00 am
University of Denver
Our 13th Annual Event will be held at the University of Denver Fritz Knobel Ballroom, featuring Nathan Adams and the Shero of the Year, Dr. Marjorie Bayes. The First Lady of Denver, Mary Louise Lee, will dazzle us with her musical talent. The event supports 261 AIDS orphans in Meru, Kenya. Dr. Sue Hamm and Clietta Terry will be this year's event chairs. For map and Directions, visit our Events Page.
GOVERNMENT CLOSES KENYA SCHOOL
In 2019 the Center provided $34,708 to support the Children of Africa Hope Mission School in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, Unfortunately, effective December 31, 2019, the Kenya government closed the School because in October a neighboring school collapsed, tragically killing eight children & injuring sixty others. Immediately, many schools were closed but the government permitted this school to continue until the end of December. Sadly, rebuilding in the same increasingly gentrified area was not an option, and children were reassigned to already crowded public schools. We regret its closing, but celebrate the Center's ten years of partnership with the School and salute all the good education that happened. Thank you Ms. Anne Baraza, teachers, staff, and donors for your service to the children and community. For history of the Center's involvement with the school, click HERE.
A Special Thank You to Park Hill UMC in Denver, Colorado
for Raising $20,265 in 2019 through Christmas Giving
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