Feed the body and the soul! Our trips are life changing.
Work on projects for children and adults of all capabilities.
There are so many children waiting to meet you.
CALL OR WRITE US AS MEETINGS WILL BEGIN SOON!
Sorry everyone. Payments in transit will be returned.
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Elks Lodge, 695 Macelroy Road, Ballston Lake
Singing! Dancing! Hearty Appetizers! 50/50!
Trivia with prizes! Silent Auction!
RSVP with payment by February 1st $40 p/p
After February 1st $45 p/p
TICKET PRICE INCLUDES FOOD, BEER, WINE, SODA AND THE HOUSE SPECIALITY DRINK OF THE EVENING! WHAT A BARGAIN!
Send RSVP with payment to:
To Love a Child, Inc., PO Box 165, Clifton Park, NY 12065
www.toloveachild.net or 518-859-4424
Proceeds to benefit programs for children in Zimbabwe, Haiti and the USA
Congratulations Colleen Pierre! We can't wait to honor you and your dedication to our organization on Thursday, November 8th!
We are so happy to announce Lois and Michael Jensen as our first winner this year. This extraordinary couple has traveled with us to Haiti many times bringing their talent, expertise, compassion and humor. The children simply love them and we do too!
To Love a Child, Inc. -- Zimbabwe Project Manager Will Be Joining Us for our Annual Dinner on Thursday, November 8th.
We are thrilled that Munowei Chirovamavi is able to travel to the USA and join us for our annual dinner. Muno is available for speaking engagements the week prior to the dinner. If you are interested in having him visit your club, group or church please contact us at directoratTLC@aol.com.
Please help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 this month so it can be matched dollar-for-dollar! The kids in Zimbabwe and Haiti are counting on us! Thank you!
Lead by team member, Karen Bishop, our bee education program was a wonderful success. Students in the classroom completed age appropriate activities that helped them learn about pollination, types of bees and the benefits of honey. One hive was established prior to our arrival so students could enjoy a taste of this sweet treat. More hives will be established so that more and more people can benefit from honey production.
Our first stop was a little town outside of the Capital City of Harare. Here we presented an abundance of speciality toys and games for children with disabilities. For two days we played with these wonderful kids and young adults and listened to the heartbreaking stories of their moms who struggle every single day to buy food, clothing and medicine. The parachute pictured above was a big hit and the little boy loved playing keep-away with the flag football belt. There are so many needs for this program. Any special education teachers out there want to get involved????? Please let us know.