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We Praise God for a wonderful day this past Saturday.  What a Blessing it was to see everyone come out to support True Impact Ministries and the participants in the Fun Run.  A special thanks to Karimy and her team.  We are so glad we got to meet you and be a small part of your recovery.  Our best wishes to you.

Thanks to all your support, we will be able to help more students achieve their goals.  Over the next several years, many of our students will be graduating Secondary School (high school) and will move into vocational studies or attend universities.  Two to three years from now we will have three times as many higher education students than we do now.  Support for the higher education fund is needed now more than ever.  You can help us by donating.

If you were part of the Fun Run, either in-person or virtual, could you take a couple minutes to add a review for our race.  This will help us get noticed in future years.
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Meet Awori Olivia
Here is another great story of how support from True Impact is raising up children so they can support themselves and not continue to rely on handouts.
Awori was born on December 30, 2001 and grew up in a remote village in eastern Uganda.  Her father never accepted her or her mother. Eventually her mother married another man, but he also left them to be with another woman. Awori's mother struggled to provide food for her and her siblings and could not consistently provide school fees.

Awori was brought to the Immanuel Children's Home and began sponsorship in 2013.  After schooling for several years, she completed Senior Four (high school).  Awori began a course in Early Childhood Development to become a kindergarten teacher.  During her first term it was discovered she was pregnant.  She was removed from the school and from the True Impact program.  This was at the beginning of the Covid lockdown in Uganda when schools were closed for almost two years.

During the lockdown, the father of Awori's baby left her.  Awori went to live with her mother, but the mother was abusive to her.  They contacted True Impact and asked to be let back into the program.  After reconnecting to her faithful sponsor, Awori has returned to school and will complete her studies in December of 2022.  Her message to young girls is to "always follow God’s ways, respect parents and their advise, always use chances once given."
"Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him." - James 1:12
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