Help Daraja Kids Stay Warm This Fall!

We know the ministry of Daraja is made possible through incredible people like you, that we love to call family.  The needs of Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa are met through the “Daraja Family” catching the vision and mission of the amazing ministry that the choir is doing for the Kingdom of God. As we are just a couple weeks from fall tour, we need the support of our friends and family through prayer and through helping provide for the children through the Daraja Wishlist.  The Daraja kids will be returning soon and will need to keep warm with new fall clothing.  If you, your friends, or church small groups could help get the word out about this need we would be so grateful.  Thank you again for your continued prayers, love, and support. We look forward to all that God has in store for Daraja this fall!

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