You are warmly invited to discover more about this Kingdom Come ministry partner during an enjoyable summer evening on Thursday, June 27, at Babeville, Asbury Hall. The celebration will include hors d’oeuvres and a presentation of EduNations’ ongoing work to ignite hope in Sierra Leone, West Africa, with Samuel Sesay, President of EduNations, as the featured speaker. Tickets are free of charge, but need to be ordered online by June 23. Further information and tickets are available at edunations.org/buffalo15in15.
Motivated by compassion for “the least of these,” EduNations serves to ignite hope by providing free, quality education to students in some of the most under-resourced and difficult-to-reach villages in Sierra Leone. EduNations schools function as the foundation for their communities’ development by providing clean water, latrines, health education and medical clinics, AIDS prevention, vocational training, and other forms of community empowerment. By partnering with indigenous leaders and organizations, they are able to empower those in the most underserved communities in Sierra Leone to create hopeful futures for themselves.