A huge shoutout to our incredible donors and partners who helped make the Mount Sterling Community Center's back to school event a success!
Our hearts are filled with joy as we share with you that we have completed our third high school girl's event in Kenya dedicated to promoting mental health and period hygiene awareness. We met 23 bright and beautiful junior high school girls in Msumarini, Kilifi county. These lovely young ladies received practical and valuable wisdom about reproductive health, personal hygiene, mental health, more. What really touched our hearts was the fact that before the session, many of them hadn't had the opportunity to enjoy a proper meal. But because of your generosity, we were able to serve them warm and nourishing meals.
We had another incredible day partnering with Love Under the Bridge!
We partnered with LoveUnder TheBridge once again to bring smiles and provide food and other essentials to their outside friends in South Dallas.
Promise Hill Project is providing warm meals for 27 females and 13 children at the Genesis Shelter and Support throughout March and April 2023.
This Easter, Promise Hill Project was able to provide holiday meals for 128 families in a small village in south central Ohio. Because of your unwavering support and generosity, more than a hundred families enjoyed a hearty and healthy holiday meal.
Promise Hill Project Kenya held our first Teen Outreach event of 2023. It was held in Ngangu Secondary school. A total of 25 participants attended this outreach. Participants were ages 15-18 years.
Promise Hill Project purchased and shipped period products and underwear to females in need at the Great Genius School and surrounding villages in Bamburi, Mombasa, Kenya.
Promise Hill Project partnered with Love Under the Bridge during their monthly church service for the unhoused in South Dallas.
Dangini is a wife and mother of two sons. Before her community received sustainable water points, her region struggled with high rates of diarrheal and skin diseases. Many families didn’t have their own latrines for safe hygiene practices, leading to contamination of available groundwater. Danigini reported, “We had to wake up at 5am and walk over half a mile to use the bathroom.” Most of her time was spent collecting water, which was especially dangerous during the rainy season. After investing in a piped system with household water points, everything changed. Finally, women had time to thrive; some even planted gardens. “We are grateful to have water in our homes,” said Dangini.
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