“To the world you may be one person;

but to one person you may be the world.”

 

Please join us for a fun and informative evening with our Kenyan friends through The Mama Ada Foundation.  Harambe in Kiswahili means, “all pull together” and is done during a festive event within a community to support one another.

 

The annual Harambe is back virtually this year as it supports the ministry and work of the Mama Ada Foundation.  The foundation’s mission is to underwrite tuition for students to attend high school and provides seeds for one-acre farmers in rural Kenya.  Working in partnership for over 15 years, St. Mark’s has developed close relationships with our brothers and sisters in Kenya.

 

Join us via Zoom on Thursday, May 13 from 7 – 8 p.m.

 

LIVE special guests include George, a student who has been supported through school; Noriega and wife, Karen, farmers who grow corn; and Stan, the agricultural coordinator for the foundation.

 

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