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Michael's House, Inc logoSummer 2017 Newsletter

  • Spotlight on Togo - making a difference in this tiny West-African nation.
  • Thanks to Hawkins Electric and all of the sponsors and participants for another successful Annual Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Michael's House.
  • Update on the Sorghum for South Sudan project.

Michael's House, Inc logo HIGHLIGHTS from our Fall 2016 Newsletter

Michael's House, Inc logoHIGHLIGHTS from our Summer 2016 Newsletter

Read more in our Summer 2016 Newsletter.

Michael's House Project: Sorghum for South SudanMichael's House Sorghum for South Sudan Project
Special Project: Sorghum for South Sudan

Michael’s House has committed to fund the installation of a grinding machine and construction of supporting buildings in Wau, South Sudan. They are counting on your support. This is a continuation of the support of food, cookware, construction of huts, and repair of hut roofs which we have provided to support the most vulnerable elderly, disabled, and their dependent grandchildren. See details here.

To donate online, use the PayPal or Network for Good buttons below.

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Mail checks payable to "Michael's House" to Michael's House, Inc., Post Office Box 856, Burtonsville, MD 20866 USA.  Please indicate “Sorghum for South Sudan” in the memo field.

See the Sorghum for South Sudan Project Details here.

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  • Living on $1.25 A DayKenyan slum houses many destitute elderly
    The thought of living on $1.25 per day is almost incomprehensible to us in the western world. Where would we live? What if we were sick and couldn’t work? How would we pay for medical care or medicine? But the foremost question is probably: how could anyone eat on $1.25 a day? To try to understand how a family survives with only $1.25 per person, we talked to Michael Ndura, who works at the Cheshire Home for the Aged in Kenya. Read the article
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Letters from the Field - Rwanda, Summer 2014

Photos from Butare, Rwnanda and the elderly that Michael's House helped with your donations. The joy of these elderly was indescribable. The comments by those receiving mattresses were especially poignant as some weep for joy:
"I can not imagine the kind of sleep I will sleep tonight and the rest of my life in a blanket on a mattress”” ....read more

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