Lighting for Literacy really needs your support

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Zambia Deployment

Kits were assembled at Fisher Middle School and Windsor United Methodist Church
with the help of Windsor High School Kiwanis club members and the Windsor 4H Club
Windsor project coordinator
Richard Bolman gets trained
Siblings working togetherat a Windsor assembly workshop
Windsor High Kiwanis Club
members working together
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
A partnership that represents all the best of humanitarian efforts via Rotary International, United Methodist Church, Stop Hunger Now, Mission Touch Ministries, & Lighting for Literacy in Africa.
Connie & Dave Keating with Mission Touch Ministries are our distribution point in Zambia
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
Connie & Dave Keating with Mission Touch Ministries are our distribution point in Zambia
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now
The kits are packed in the top 18 inches of shipping containers  with food from Stop Hunger Now

In 2013, a young Zambian teen in the Sub-Saharan plain of Africa was found living on the streets after he lost his parents and extended family to disease.  Dave Keating's ministry, who has partnered with Stop Hunger Now and Lighting for Literacy, provided him with food, shelter, and support.  As Dave described to us, this young man had no hope or future.

After receiving LFL and basic electronics training, he went to a local school which had never had electricity or lighting in their classroom.  He installed the compact renewable LFL lighting system, lighting up their classroom, and he became their local hero, role model and champion for change.

The life of a young man with no hope or future . . .

transformed hopes and futures with a simple act of learning and giving!

We could really use your support!

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