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Ways people and companies help

22nd January 2020 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

A good example of how companies get behind us is safestore in Southampton (https://www.safestore.co.uk/storage/southampton/ ). They have given us free space for a year to store things ready for shipment to Sierra Leone, such as the paint from Colour supplies in Hemel Hempsted (https://www.coloursupplies.shop/ ) Building procurement is something we want to grow and is a real way of serving…

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Linking Destiny Grace Academy with your school

27th October 2019 | Posted in Latest News

Last month we opened Destiny Grace Academy. This is a doorway to learning for children who formerly lived in slums. Some had been to school, others had not and some started and dropped out. We would like to connect our school to a few schools in the UK who may build a two way relationship with us. It could involve…

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Back to Sierra Leone today

22nd October 2019 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Sat in the airport and just reflecting on the next 2 weeks as I head to Sierra Leone.  Clive has been there the last week and overcome and focused on a number of challenges.  We wonder why we have yet to make the major financial breakthrough that can build out this village?  Many have prayed and encouraged us, some say…

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Next container

30th September 2019 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

When sending donated supplies to Sierra Leone, there is so much to be thankful for.  This time especially to Nigel, Dan, Richard and Charles who helped me load the 40ft container on Saturday. With an average age of 65 we completed 95% of the task in 10 hours.  Boy does my body ache!  Also thanks to Suzannah and John who…

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Destiny Grace Academy Opens

11th September 2019 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

A remarkable thing happened today, a new school opened in Sierra Leone.  We have worked towards this day for 5 years as the school was opened by the acting British High Commissioner and the High Commissioner-designate.  We welcomed a range of dignitaries from parents, Government, business, Freetown City Council, friends and more. Ole and Ingfred from Norway joined the celebrations, …

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Flood and Fire in Freetown, Crying in Destiny Town

2nd August 2019 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Here are some pictures of Freetown today.  So many of 200 people who have just escaped the slums are literally crying for their families and friends as flood and fire fills the slums. NEVER has the solution that Home Leone offers through Destiny Town and the like been more needed, more sustainable and more appropriate.  We long for those with…

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