This is What Love Looks Like

Cheepo 2013
Cheepo, abandoned 2008
Thanks to your support and love Cheepo is well-fed, well-loved and starting second grade in January. Here are some other accomplishments of House of Loveness over the past year.

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. 



    









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