We’re writing today to invite you to Daylight’s Gratitude Tea on November 8th at 3 PM. The event is for friends, supporters and a reunion of-sorts for people who have been on trips to Daylight. You will hear stories from people who have visited Daylight and learn how you can grow with Daylight as we look towards the future.
The United Nations set a goal to End Extreme Poverty by 2030. Daylight is part of this global initiative. Most of our children come from families that live on less that $1.25 per day.
We have 300 children at Daylight Kapenguria in K-8 and 100 in Daylight Alale Literacy School who are learning the basic skills they need to find jobs, become informed and active citizens, and provide for their families. Daylight is breaking the cycle of poverty in the lives of these children. Children like Charles, who hopes to take his geometry lesson into his career as a pilot.
Thank you for helping end extreme poverty.
Note: While Daylight strives to be a part of the United Nations Global Goals, we are not funded by the United Nations.
First Presbyterian Church in Stillwater, Minnesota is looking for a few good people to join their mission trip to Daylight in January 9-21, 2016. Our church’s teams to Daylight focus on interacting with the children and working in the classrooms.
We will also work on some of the following projects: building projects such as painting & spackling. Expertise in wiring, construction, wells & solar energy is welcome.
The total cost is $3,000. $1,500 is due at the deadline of Sunday, October 4th. Contact Lenny Snellman at email@example.com with questions or to join the team!