Nutrition Provides A Platform To More Opportunities

When it comes to humankind, food seems have the same affect in all cultures everywhere. It brings people together. It’s a platform for conversation, laughs, and enjoyment. At our feeding programs, our goal is to give the kids proper nutrition, because nutrition provides the foundation for education, exercise, and health. At our feeding program in […]

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South Africa: Food Parcel Update

Today food was delivered to 75 families across two communities in South Africa. And it was possible because of your generosity. At one home, a child looked up at their mother and commented, “Mom, you look so happy!” She replied, “I’m happy because you will have food to eat.” Siyabonga. We thank you!

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Kids Globally

I haven’t been inside a building since March 16th. These were the words uttered by one Texas teen recently. Shelter in place orders and lockdowns have dramatically changed our way of doing life. Some kids have moved to online learning while others don’t have schools that can provide that service. Introvert kids may love being […]

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Local Baker Contributes a Unique Donation

“You don’t have to have much to make a difference.” A group of TTH staff and volunteers piled up into the gray condor, our trusty ministry vehicle. It was filled with all the typical supplies for the After School Programs for the week: vegetables in bulk, bags of maize meal and beans, beef bones, dishwashing […]

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The Importance of Local Leadership

“Our community is a part of our responsibility, and we have to care for each other.” Lennon Malambe is one of our staff members in South Africa. He is from a local community called Embonisweni, where we run one of our after school programs and some of our leadership training. He first joined in 2010, […]

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When We Share Our Stories

Last week we had a team of four women from Texas volunteer with Ten Thousand Homes in South Africa. On Sunday evening, they hosted a ladies’ night at a local church, inviting women from a small community called Embonisweni. The event had one simple goal: to share stories and experiences with each other.   These […]

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