My Arms Wide Open

My Arms Wide Open's purpose is to rebuild communities through supporting mothers, children and youth to break the chain of their parents' past prejudice, to create community and preserve their culture. Guiding principles for My Arms Wide Open mirror those of founder Warren Te Brugge. "These are the principles by which I live my life and make decisions to deliver value in the eyes of the communities I serve."

Delegates from the meeting in KwaZulu Natal

Delegates from the meeting in KwaZulu Natal
Photo from Progress Report 'GirlStuff partners with Xanopia to do more' (view small | med | large | orig)

Franz and his crew in the small plot

Franz and his crew in the small plot
Photo from Progress Report 'Diversifying our Gardens' (view small | med | large | orig)

Getting water for the week

Getting water for the week
Photo from Progress Report 'Almost there' (view small | med | large | orig)

The current GirlStuff location

The current GirlStuff location
Photo from Progress Report 'GirlStuff is set to increase production' (view small | med | large | orig)

Thank you!

Thank you!
Photo from Progress Report 'Healthy nutrition = Healthy. Thriving. Children' (view small | med | large | orig)
 
   

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