Our new secondary school in Kamakwie, Sierra Leone. Soon to open its doors to hundreds of children!!!
So much work goes into each one of these amazingly unique recycled flour mill frames. We’ve 35 of them (almost ready) for our show this week. All numbered, signed and highly limited and all raising (hopefully!) a stash of money for our projects.It’s a collection never been put together before so be sure to get …
In production. Recycled flour mill trays transformed into photo frames by @made_by_ayaThey’re coming up real nice and just in time for next weeks exhibition. Don’t miss it!
An expensive morning! $16000 sent off for schooling needs – tuition, uniforms, shoes, text books etc. That’s over 10% of our annual budget and doesn’t even get close to covering scholastic needs for the year ahead. Yikes!
Working around the clock, juggling little ones and feeling the pressure of our upcoming exhibition! Heaps done, heaps to do!
Our classrooms are full again with the start of a new school year for thousands of our kids across Sierra Leone, Uganda and Kenya.
Easy like Sunday morning – Kids in Kasese, Uganda enjoy some down time from books and study.
Something exciting is happening! An 11 day exhibition telling the story of Orphfund through my lens. Stay tuned for more info…
What happens on Father’s Day when you’re dad to a few thousand kids? You wake up early and spend it fundraising of course. Luckily I got a special visit from my two favourites and we raised over $900 for all those kids we help without a dad.
Block of the week – I have a dream.These words stand tall on the side of a shipping container in our Heartspring children’s village. It was 56 years ago this week Martin Luther king jr spoke these immortal universal words.