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Hearth to Hearth Ministries

Org #14511
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
2001
year founded
$8,923
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

In acknowldgement of the suffering and pain that the orphaned children around the world are experiencing, we are determined to share their pain and misfortune by taking them into our hands and by sharing with them what we have, both material and spiritual. We believe everyone has something to share. Even the orphans have great things they can share with us; their stories of survival, their talents, their time, and the opportunity to let us come into their lives. We encourage, more than anything else, the participation of local citizens and communities, churches, and both profit and non-profit organizations, through partnering, volunteering, and otherwise providing for those needs. Though we ... read more

Projects (2)

Basic sanitation; help end disease
Kenya / Children
 
Project Leaders
victoria kritzell
victoria kritzell
victoria kritzell
victoria kritzell
Team
amy DeRochey, Katharine Brand, victoria kritzell, kevin evans, greta Buck, grazyna Barna, Deborah Nickerson, ruth Leckrone, Cathy Robinson
Organization Information
p.o. box 208
Lake Ann, Michigan 49650
United States
2316314244

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0885117202
Organization Information
p.o. box 208
Lake Ann, Michigan 49650
United States
2316314244

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0885117202

Project Reports

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May 12, 2020
Keeping Safe in the Time of Coronavirus
This past winter, our board members loaned $9,000 to facilitate the installation of two new septic tanks.  We feared if we did not, we would be closed down by the government.  The next...
Jan 16, 2020
New latrines still a dream
When we visited Hope Center in Sepember, we made visited the Homa Bay County Road Commission to see if we could receive some compensation for the latrines and bath house that had been destroyed during...
Oct 21, 2019
School registration dependent on bathrooms
Our school was recently inspected by the local registration department for renewal of our license.  Though they noted that our septic system had been destroyed by the Kenyan road comission, they...
 
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