Let’s raise another roof!

Yesterday, on the first day of Spring in Madison, New Jersey, it snowed! And today it was cold, but still beautiful flowers appeared in my backyard. Spring has sprung and soon the rains will come to both the USA and Africa. I find it interesting that WorldHope Corps gets asked to help raise roofs in the rain in Africa! The first such request came from Friends of Mzuzu Community Organization (FOMCO) when our mission team

Uganda Health Clinic Profile

I want to share with you WorldHope Corps’ most recent project in Africa: A new health clinic in Uganda, called St. George Hope Health Centre. The building is under construction, and we have made a $10,000 commitment to get the roof before the rains come. Please help us if you can. Here’s the project profile compiled by Tom Dilts–the initial donor who brought this project to our attention: WorldHope Corps Uganda Medical Clinic Project 2009

Shalom Coffee

This is a bag of Shalom Coffee, which embodies of values of Communities of Shalom: It’s organic, Grown on a collective farm Not just organic but fair trade The farmers and roasters receive a decent wage Not just fair trade but interfaith Jewish, Christian, Muslim growers Not just interfaith but international Dark roast, full-bodied, coffee from Uganda Not just a cup, but a Just Cup And it’s delicious Coffee From Thanksgiving Coffee Company. Plus one

Malawi Mission Trip 2009

Mission Trip to Malawi, Africa Sponsored by: WorldHope Corps, Inc. Led by: Dr. Michael J. Christensen, Director of the Shalom Initiative , Drew University; and Stacy Radmore, veteran mission team member Hosted by: Staff of CitiHope Malawi and Pastor of Mzuzu United Methodist Church DATES: May 20- June 1, 2009 (12 days) Cost: $3,200 per person (including international travel, accommodations, meals, and in-country transport) Travel Plan: Depart JFK on Wednesday, May 20, for Johannesburg to