An outpouring of love: TGC, SGS & Hurricane Harvey
As we continue to prepare for our trip(s) to help our friends/family in Houston (Texas), we are over joyed at the out pouring of offers to join the teams and/or help in some way. We are so very happy, but not surprised, that some or the very first offers to be there to help were […]Continue reading
SGS & The Giving Circle Partnership for Hurricane Harvey!
It is official. The Giving Circle will be again be returning to our disaster relief work. The suffering and damage is massive and our skills at this work and your compassion is again needed. This time, Texas. Please meet our partner for this project: SGS. As you know, Kelly is an executive with SGS, a […]Continue reading
An Update to Hurricane Harvey & TGC
An update to our post from yesterday regarding Hurricane Harvey and the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina…. While it is still very early, we are working toward the possibility of a trip to Texas to help to help with gutting a few homes. We really are experts at gutting homes after storms/floods making them ready […]Continue reading
On this 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina….
On this 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the profound damage in Texas with hurricane Harvey, it seems sadly fitting to let everyone know we are looking at the possibility (at this point only a possibility) of a trip to help when the time is right. As you all know, we were born out of […]Continue reading
2017 Compassion Awards
Look for the date soon! The 2017 Giving Circle Compassion Awards. Who will The 2017 award winners be? Award 1- Local Individual Resident: An individual who has through selfless compassion most influenced or touched people of the Saratoga region — Award 2 – Local Nonprofit: A local charity, social club, faith-based organization or service […]Continue reading
The First Semester has ended…
The first semester in the Ugandan schools has ended, and the children of our 2 schools will soon be on a little break. This includes the FIRST p7 class of candidates in the history of Kagoma Gate! Months from now, these 38 students will sit for their national exams. In the Ugandan system for […]Continue reading