We have received a request for supplies from the vocational sewing school where mom and I have taught in Haiti. The following is the list of needs. If you are interested in donating sewing items for the school, let us know. We will collect for the next few weeks and then ship some boxes off to Haiti.
Deadline: November 1.
Bill, from Mission to Haiti, will be making a shipment very soon so we need to get donations to Haiti in early November. Anything we receive after November 1 will be held for the next shipment.
Thanks so much for your willingness to donate to this awesome school. Donations can be sent to Kim Harms, 804 Timberlane, Huxley, IA 50124 or Jan Nelson, 680 1st St. NE, Britt, IA 50423
We were able to send $1000 to Uganda thanks to generous donations for the new sewing school. They should be able to purchase 6 sewing machines with our gift! Thanks to all who donated. I will pass along updates as I receive them.
Mom was recently approached by a friend with connections in Uganda. This friend made a request for help purchasing several sewing machines for a new vocational school run by Polline, a pastor’s wife.
Polline decided to open this school when she found that many girls in the area had become pregnant during the COVID lockdown. Her desire is to teach these young women a skill, so they can have a source of income to provide for their babies. The following are the needs for the school.
10 sewing machines ($150 each)
1 Serger ($450)
Funds for a temporary structure at Polline’s home to accommodate social distancing for 25 students.
If you are interested in donating to this ministry, please let us know.