We recently, thanks to all who donated, were able to send £1000 to villages in Kenya, to buy bags of maize and beans. There they now have the coronavirus, but they don’t have intensive care beds, or ventilators, or even the money to buy paracetamol. During this time of lockdown their lives are even more difficult, no money and no food. Never mind dying of the virus, they are in real danger of dying from starvation. In Kamungei, one of the villages where we teach, people are already malnourished, especially the elderly and the children. Jackson aged 85 and his wife Susan 79, said that they didn’t have words to tell us how thankful they are for the food.
Today we are sending another £1000, all thanks to your donations. This food is the difference between life and death, it is also expressing love to people who are feeling forgotten and unloved. If anyone would like to make a donation you can go to http://www.pottersheart.org
Blessings to you all