SUPPORT PTPL at the HUMAN RACE & WALK,

 March 29... and bring your friends

 

On Saturday March 29, join PTPL Board members and friends to raise funds and awareness of our work though Greensboro's annual Human Race.

2014 will be the 20th year that the Volunteer Center of Greensboro has sponsored the annual 5 K Race and Walk.  This community event begins at 10 AM at the Greensboro Coliseum Parking Lot.  When you come to the Coliseum, look for the PTPL Banner with Smiling Faces of Congolese kids!

Last year, Bank of America employees walked in the event to honor retiring employee, Ralph Toalston, PTPL's long time CFO.  This year, the PTPL Board is initiating full participation in The Human Race.  We hope you will show your support!

Please recruit your fellow employees, friends, civic and worship community for this family outing in support of People to People Liaison!

Please Contact Kassy McKee, PTPL Team Leader for the Human Race, http://thehumanrace.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp?ievent=1083090&supid=399136432 or http://thehumanrace.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1083090&lis=1&kntae1083090=91033D7B26E84B9393880D50219862E8 to walk with us or donate to People to People in the Human Race.

 

 

Scholarships for primary students cost $30 for a full year of instruction. Scholarships for secondary students are $50 a year. All scholarship are funded through donations to PTPL.

At the Mbobo School, she told the students, with many parents and relatives looking on, “You can help yourself by getting your education…it will make a difference in your life and in your community.” Asked by Mimi about their career goals, children answered, “teacher, nurse, mechanic and social worker.” One little boy had a vision for his country. He said, “I want to be president so that I can build houses for people.” Said the local pastor as Mimi entered the school at Kasembura in the war-torn country, “Kasembura’s God is still alive.”

With the help of our donors, People to People Liaison has been educating students in eastern Congo since 1999. 

 


People to People Liaison is a 501(c)3 organization.