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Simply Buckhead September 2014 new

Simply Buckhead September 2014

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“Wiphan has three schools in Ndola, Zambia serving 750+ orphans and vulnerable children. The uniforms from the Uniform Mission Project are a huge blessing  to the children. The quality stands up to the harsh African environment and the constant wear by our students who do not have other clothes. The donated uniforms also allows Wiphan to meet other critical needs of the orphans instead of purchasing uniforms. We love and appreciate Beth Kempe and the Uniform Mission Project! May God richly bless you for caring for orphans around the world.”

-Wiphan Care Ministries, Zambia

“I spent my summer interning with the wonderful Uniform Mission Project. This project fills a desperate need that many of us are blind to. We so often become so concerned with our own lives that we forget how much others are stuggling. Before interning with Ms. Kempe I too was blind to this need. The Uniform Mission Project has shown me that making a difference in a child’s life is as easy as donating your old school uniforms. One missionary who was taking uniforms to Kenya told me that you can keep love in your heart but it doesn’t truly become love until you give it to someone else, and that’s what this project is all about.”

–Ali Palmer, UGA, Class of 2014

“The Uniform Mission Project is a unique and very great project. Words can’t explain the smiles on the kids who receive the clothes from this project that I send to Kenya. I am sure many across the globe who receive this clothes feel the same way. It shows that sharing with those that are less unfortunate is the biggest show of love and kindness that this project is all about. I can’t say enough thanks to Beth on behalf of all those kids that receive the shipments.”

–Charles Wangondu, Coordinator for Donations to Kenya


photo 2Beth,
We had an incredible trip to Zambia. I wanted to share one story with you and a picture. I need to send more pictures to you of the fleece and sweatshirts. The students were blessed to have a layer to protect from the cold.
This lady looks after her orphaned grand children and she came to ask for help. She was advised her to bring the children in October when we start registering for grade one. Each child received a jacket from the uniform stock and also the solar light which was really appreciated as she has no electricity in her home.