This is What Love Looks Like
|Cheepo, abandoned 2008|
With your support:
-Provided 6,000 meals for children
-Provided salaries for one caregiver, two teachers and two assistants
-Supported pre-school for 20+children
-Provided primary school fees for 5 children
-Provided 8 bikes for children in rural area who otherwise would walk 25-50km a day to school
-Provided new shoes, clothes and backpacks for 30 children
-Launched The Gratitude House project in Zimbabwe
-Raised funds to buy car for safe transport of the children
-Graduated 20 children from pre-school
-Hosted the first Service and Safari Retreat in Zimbabwe (next retreat is Nov. 29-Dec. 6, 2014, please join us!)
Together We are dreaming Bigger Dreams for the children of Zimbabwe in 2014.
Thank you for your support!
|The Bike Project launched by Imirie Wildlife Conservation|
In 2013, the owners of Imirie raised enough money to provide 45 bikes for children in rural areas to ride to school (a 25-40km walk every day). House of Loveness donated an additional 8 bikes but we would love to give more (the school has 350 children). Each bike is $80. You can support this project through a donation of $80 or more through our fiscal sponsor From The Heart Production (a 501c3).
We will email you a photo of the Bike Project in Zimbabwe to thank you for your support.
2014 Service & Safari Retreat
Join us in Zimbabwe Nov. 29-Dec. 6, 2014 for our Second annual Service and Safari Retreat with daily Qoya classes by Qoya founder Rochelle Schieck. Only 11 spaces available.