Plainfield, Indiana … If you were told the donation equals 20% of the entire population of Malawi over the age of 24 would that get your attention? One can hardly imagine the excitement when the offer was extended. The Indianapolis Distribution Center for Walmart had experienced an over-supply of protective face masks. They were offering…Read More
Demotte, Indiana … The headline is incorrect. Ryan Kats is not stuck, and he can get out. But that headline did get your attention, didn’t it? The fact is, Ryan is putting the final items in another trailer of mobility units from Demotte, Indiana. The volunteer staff from Mobility Ministries completed another trailer load of mobility units,…Read More
It was the early 60’s and a more affluent generation was entering the world scene. Middle-class travel was opening up and more young people were traveling aboard. With the increased travel came a stronger awareness of living conditions in the world’s poorest nations. Under the leadership of President John F. Kennedy, the Peace Corps was…Read More
Lafayette, Indiana … Malawi and Central Africa are a long way from Lafayette, Indiana, yet the two have a common link that contributes immersible to the development and success of the Malawi Project in Africa. For many in Malawi that bond is unknown, and the name John Clark does not ring bells of recognition. Yet,…Read More
Doug McDonald retired a few years ago from the restaurant business. It would have been easy for him to retreat to an easy chair, thinking his most productive days are behind him. Not so with Doug. If anything, he has speeded up his activities since retirement!Read More
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From You To Your Friends
Frequently people ask how they can help the people of Malawi when they have limited funds. Here is something one can do on a limited budget: share our stories. Every article has a set of sharing icons at the bottom of the page.
Much good can be done when a person clicks one of the sharing icons at the bottom of an article on the Malawi Project website. Then suggest that your readers do the same thing. A story can go and go without a single penny in cost!