Showing posts from December, 2013

This is What Love Looks Like

Thanks to your support and love Cheepo is well-fed, well-loved and starting second grade in January. Here are some other accomplishments of House of Loveness over the past year.
With your support: -Provided  6,000 meals for children -Provided salaries for one caregiver, two teachers and two assistants -Supported pre-school for 20+children -Provided primary school fees for 5 children -Provided 8 bikes for children in rural area who otherwise would walk 25-50km a day to school -Provided new shoes, clothes and backpacks for 30 children -Launched The Gratitude House project in Zimbabwe -Raised funds to buy car for safe transport of the children  -Graduated 20 children from pre-school -Hosted the first Service and Safari Retreat in Zimbabwe (next retreat is Nov. 29-Dec. 6, 2014, please join us!)
Together We are dreaming Bigger Dreams for the children of Zimbabwe in 2014.  
Thank you for your support!

2014 Service & Safari RetreatJoin us in Zimbabwe Nov. 29-Dec. 6, 2014 for our Second annual Servic…

Making A Difference

Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.-Nelson Mandela
Last week at a small one room school in Zimbabwe, thirteen women from the US and UK cheered as twenty-two children graduated from the school House of Loveness supports in Zimbabwe.  The women and two of their daughters were spending a week in Zimbabwe with House of Loveness founder Betsy Blankenbaker for a Giving Thanks Service and Safari Retreat.  The retreat group gave their time and their money to make a difference in the lives of these children.  
If you would like to join us in Zimbabwe in 2014, you can hold two spaces for 2014 retreat through a donation as a House of Loveness Hero on the current IndieGoGo campaign.  

We Need A Ride Campaign on IndieGoGo
Thanks to everyone who has supported the We Need A Ridecampaign for House of Loveness. We are so close to our goal!

There is still time to receive some great perks for your donation towards a new car for safe transport of the children in Zimbabwe…