06 Feb
  • By Stephanie Miller
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Finding Your Joy

Orphans Africa Board Member, Paula Vail, is a radio and TV host of her own show called “Choices: Finding Your Joy.” Her show airs on Seattle’s KKNW-1150 AM at noon every Tuesday, as well as on WBTVN.tv, 5DTV, and KKNW YouTube. Recently, Paula interviewed Orphans Africa’s Volunteer President, Carl Gann, and listeners throughout the Pacific […]

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27 Jun
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Exchanging Gifts for Great Deeds

Social media is the new age and the best place for sharing your passion with your friends and family. Here is the new thing you need to know, Facebook is creating easy opportunities for you to raise money for your favorite charity, Orphans Africa. Our orphan students have benefited from it greatly. Orphans Africa would […]

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14 Jun
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Sustained Giving: Our Life Blood

Sustained or recurring donations are the life blood of any non-profit organization. Orphans Africa, like all non-profits, needs regular ongoing donations to enable programs and projects. These OA programs and projects would not be possible without sufficient funds to keep them going throughout the year. Here are ways you can help OA: Ugi Food Program […]

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11 Jun
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What It Costs to Make a Difference

It only costs about $46 a year to educate, feed, and buy healthcare insurance for our orphans at the Marilynn Primary and Nursery School. This is due to our self-sustaining model. Won’t you please help today! Send an orphan to school. Education makes a huge difference.

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24 Apr
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Your Impact to Successful OA Programs

Orphans Africa continues to operate a tight ship in the US, and our funding going to Tanzania is, again, on the upswing. We are able to leverage your contribution with those of our supporters in Tanzania to provide education, food, clean water, medical insurance, housing, and love to 242 orphans each year! In 2017, U.S. […]

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24 Apr
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Look What You’ve Accomplished in 2017

Look What You‚Äôve Accomplished in 2017 At Mwaji Secondary School Completed the Mwaji Boy‚Äôs Dormitory and some furnishings provided Built new toilet building for Boy‚Äôs Dormitory Rebuilt Mwaji school toilet Significant reduction in diarrhea due to clean water from a deep drilled well at Mwaji Reroofed/provided maintenance for the science laboratory after storm damage Replenished […]

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17 Mar
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A Successful Night for Orphans Africa

On the evening of March 17, 2018 Orphans Africa celebrated our 9th annual Orphans Africa Benefit Dinner and Auction and the many ways you have helped Orphans Africa grow. This marvelous benefit was packed with a multitude of new guests and long-term friends of OA. The evening was hosted by legendary Northwest Sportscaster who has […]

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03 Feb
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Meet our MC and Auctioneer

Orphans Africa is pleased to introduce the MC and¬†Auctioneer for this year’s Benefit Dinner and Auction. Keith Shipman, MC, is well known in the PNW for his work on news stations including Channel 13 Fox, KIRO, KOMO, and KING to¬†name a few. Mari Neubauer, Auctioneer, is joining us from Gavelo Auctions, and is a popular […]

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04 Nov
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OA MOUNTAIN BIKING TEAM

Orphans Africa‚Äôs Mountain Biking Team is leading in victories for OA.¬†Brazil resident and OA Board Member, Pablo Rodriguez directs the OA MTB Team. It is his goal to raise funds and awareness for OA by competing in various mountain biking¬†races around¬†the globe and through selling OA MTB merchandise. Pablo and his team have been¬†taking home […]

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28 Sep
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MARILYNN PRIMARY AND NURSERY SCHOOL: OA’S FIRST SELF SUSTAINING PROJECT

Then (2007) The OA founders first visited the Marilynn Primary and Nursery School in 2007 (shown above). The school had no more funds to continue construction or development. The above pictures show the poor status of the school‚Äôs facilities for learning. There were three unfinished classrooms where we taught. All 120 students and staff shared […]

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