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A community fund forBeatrice and Ida

$1,210 given of $750 goal

Building a House in Zambia

Started by: Jason Cuykendall

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Rozlyn, Claira and Tice have been using their own money to sponsor a child, Beatrice, in rural Fimpulu, Zambia. The money they raise pays for her school tuition and school lunch. This summer we all got to meet Beatrice, and her sister, Ida, and their mother!

After leaving Zambia, Rozlyn felt compelled to use birthday money, work odd jobs, and fund raise to pay for a house for this family. The old home is in very poor condition and has a leaking thatched roof. This new home will be built using local labor and materials with a steel roof, which will help with future expenses as it will not need the continual replacement required of thatch roofing.

Rozlyn would like you to join her in raising $750 dollars to purchase a home for Beatrice, Ida, and their mother. Ida also has a school sponsor and after talking with them, they are working to raise the other $750 to cover the complete cost of the home!

If Rozlyn exceeds the funds needed for this home, she welcomes your contribution towards Mary’s house. Mary is a mother of 6 and grandmother to many other. Due to her epilepsy, she suffered severe 5th burns on one occasion and 3rd burns a few months later before she was persuaded to take medication. While we were in Africa, Mary moved 3 times to a hut slightly better than the day before; each one being about the size of bathroom here in our homes. A safe and well constructed home would bring great peace and comfort to this older woman (50ish).

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  • Alan Pauling16 weeks ago Good work Roz, these new homes will be great. :)
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  • Brenda & Kyrle21 weeks ago Best wishes.
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