On February 23-24, middle school and high school students from all 3 of our campuses will gather together for our annual 30Hour Fast.  Our goal is to raise $19,800 in an effort to provide needed essentials to refugees who have fled their homes. We are partnering with World Vision to Silence the Disaster by providing food, clean water, education, health assistance, shelter, emergency supplies, and safe places for children to play, learn, and begin to heal from the traumatic experiences that caused them to flee their homes. Approximately 647,000 Rohingya children, women and men have fled to Bangladesh escaping violence in Myanmar since August 25, 2017. Over half of the refugees are children, many of whom arrived without an adult to care for them. Will you partner with us to Silence this Disaster and give these children hope for a brighter future?

Register by February 12 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. 

 
 

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PREVIOUS 30HOUR FAST PROJECTS:

2017: Wreck the Ratio: Partnered with the 410 Bridge to provide textbooks to every student in grades 6-8 in Tumutumu, Kenya primary school.

2016: Fast Forward: Partnered with She Is Safe to give 250 young women in Myanmar an education for a year, which then considerably lowers their risk of becoming victims of human trafficking.

2015: Dig Deep: Partnered with the 410 Bridge to help the village of Tumutumu, Kenya gain access to clean water.

2014: Pour it On: Partnered with 410 Bridge to build an elementary school in Maliarette, Haiti.

2013: Fast for Freedom: Partnered with Restavek Freedom Foundation to provide advocacy, education, and care for 50 restavek children being mistreated as household slaves in Haitian homes.

2012: Erase the Problem, Write the Solution: Raised money and awareness to bring textbooks and other learning supplies to the village of Karogoto, Kenya.

2011: Flood the Well: Raised money to help supply clean water and humanitarian efforts to the village of Karogoto, Kenya.

2010: Kenya vs. South Africa: Donated to finish various projects in for Karogoto, Kenya, and Cape Town, South Africa.

2009: Stick it to Poverty: Kick started micro-enterprise to support women and their families in Karogoto

2008: Fast to the Future: Supported 35 teenagers high school education for a year.

2007: Drown Thirst: Installed a well in Karogoto.