I'm a dutch student Aeronautical Engineering at the inholland university of applied sciences, faculty aeronautical engineering, Delft.Together with my five project members (also aeronautaical engineers students), we want to develop a cheap and easy to install windmill. Our goal is to provide the people in Africa these windmills. Providing energy for waterpumps or irrigation systems for the farmers.We are also sending one student to Africa, to research what the people want from a windwill and educate the people how to build the windmill and how to use the generated electricity.We are very thankfull for your donation and hopefully we make a lot of people happy!
We started by expressing our desire to adopt a child specifically in order to save their life from abortion.After an incredible response to our post, we realized the need for a long process to adopt and began that journey. After finally completing that road and getting home study approved, we had been awaiting the opportunity to save a life to come about.Then we heard about a sweet 5 year old boy from Africa who had been adopted in Spring 2016 but whose adoptive parents needed to find him a new placement. Their story spoke to our hearts and the Lord made it very clear to move in that direction - that ALL Life matters, not just infants. And so we listened, moved forward, and are now in the process of bringing this boy home and adopting him!As of December 1, in this new situation, we still need to raise about $8,000 (which would be about $13,000total) to cover
There is a homeless camp at 12th and Arch. Roughly 35 to 40 of the same people are there nightly. Tonight we fed them, handed out blankets, coats, hats, etc. Many said that a sleeping bag drive would be helpful. Coleman makes cold weather bags for around 35 to 40 bucks on Amazon. I figure if I can raise the money with your help we can give these folks a little aid.
MISSION TRIPIn Juneof 2017, I will be traveling with my church's missions team to Kampala, Uganda. Partners with Freedom Church in the UK to provide food, medical care, education, and housing to more than 50boys and young men living on the streets of Kampala. These street children have fled from their homes and families for a wide varieties of reasons. Some of these families have abused these young boys, have passed away, or are facing struggles we cannot even begin to imagine. While serving with the Freedom Hero