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Catch the VISION - TreeHouse Childrens Venture

Catch the VISION  -  TreeHouse Childrens Venture
Support Raised
$57,195 Raised to Date
Complete Goal: $55,000
TREEHOUSE PROJECT: Facilities & Program Provides a safe, Christian environment for at-risk children.

$420 helps a child in this program for one year (or a monthly pledge of $35/month.) Please remember to write in your sponsor child's name or project in either the EFT form or on the online giving form.  Thank you!

The Treehouse Program began by targeting forty of the most at-risk girls in the Mokanji area. Now, as a result of the even greater need created by the Ebola crisis, requests are coming in to expand the Treehouse Program into a country-wide program to provide support for the many children who have been left orphaned.

The children of Sierra Leone have long been in desperate need of the necessities of life, but following the Ebola crisis this past year, the need has only intensified calling for immediate action.  These children are amongst the most vulnerable children in the country— making them targets for human trafficking. Each Treehouse is simply a place where Christian leaders guide and direct the children into good living practices – mentally, physically, spiritually and socially.

 As we continue to expand this program, we want to ensure that the children coming to us have not only their physical and educational needs met, but mental, physical, social and, more importantly, their spiritual needs. Illiteracy among school-age children is an alarming 61% and we can address this need.

With these goals in mind, we will be able to ensure that the impoverished children of the Mokanji region receive the support necessary to give them the hope and possibility of a bright future while placing a particular emphasis on reaching children who are without parental care or are at risk of losing it.

These funds are primarily for the increasing and training of existing staff and volunteers, as well as for furniture and equipment, and expansion of current facilities to meet the increased demand to add new children to this program.

We need $2,500 for books and other teaching materials. $1500 a year supports one of our counselors and childcare worker on the site. $7,000 for building and interior improvements. $500 provides a nurse for one month.  A gift of $50 for a bag of rice supports our food budget.



Umu Kemokai Born: 4/28/2011 Nancy SowaNancy Sowa
Born: March 2011

Nancy likes the color yellow and to play with balls.
Hawanatu Massaquoi Born: 12-6-2008 Mumnatu SowaMumnatu Sowa
Born March 2010

Mumnatu loves the color blue and playing
futbol. (soccer)
Kadiejah KamaraKadiejah Kamara
Born in 2009

Kadiejah loves to run around and play outside.  Her favorite color is green.
Uma Barrie Born 7-3-2012
Mamie ForayMamie Foray
Born in 2010

Mamie likes the color green and to play with whatever toys she can find.
Abibabu Yambasu born 6-16-2002
Miota Maigulla  Mariama KamaraMariama Kamara
Born Nov 9, 2008

She loves futbol.
Juliana MbambaJuliana Mbamba
Born in 2009

Juliana was her mother's favorite.
Theresa Torney Born 6-30-2006
Nancy FaudNancy Faud
Born Oct 20, 2006

Nancy likes the color pink and playing musical
chairs during the "Treehouse" program.
Janeba Luseni Born: 1-31-2008
Elizabeth MaholoElizabeth Manolo
Born in 2011

Elizabeth is very independent.
Gladys Kamara Born 12-24-2012
Janet Sama  Christian Sandy
Dorothy Sowah Watta Mansary