Tuesday Trip Highlights! June 11

This week, we have FOUR teams ont he ground – 2 in Kenya and 2 in Haiti.

A Memphis-area Chick-fila is taking a team to Karogoto, Kenya and GlobalX from NorthPoint Church (Alpharetta, GA) will be in Ngaamba, Kenya. Wiregrass church will be in Fond Baptiste, Haiti and there will be an open team in Maliarette, Haiti. The Wiregrass team will be led by one of our rockstar leaders, Khari Manuel and the open team will be facilitated by his wife Jennifer (also a rockstar!) We LOVE the Manuels!

Khari and Jennifer Manuel

The open team has participants from Atlanta, Charlotte NC, Mint Hill NC, Oklahoma City OK, Greenville SC, Bryan TX and Alexandria VA! They will be working on community gardens and planting trees.

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