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"The best part about child sponsorship is being able to give Fasika some of the same opportunities that I had, most important being the opportunity to be valued for her mind and for the things she might accomplish in her community some day. Education makes it possible!"
"The best part is knowing that I can have a direct impact on someone's life across the world and let them know that I value them and their education. While it is easy to get caught up in small details of everyday life here, reading about their goals and dreams reminds me of what is universally valuable and important. Mercy's most recent letter included a small beaded key chain that she made, and I keep it with me as a reminder that I am connected to her and making a positive impact, however small it may be. I can confidently say I know my money is being put to good use and making a difference. If you value the education of women throughout the world, this is a excellent way to be a part of a positive change."
"I give to COME UNITY because it's important to care for others and give those less fortunate the opportunity for education, health and a better opportunity to flourish so they can in turn do good for the world."
"Charity work can sometimes hurt more than help but we see COME UNITY equip, enable, empower and educate the people of East Africa. Their heart towards the work they do there is genuine; the results are productive and purposeful. We're confident that the seed we plant with COME UNITY will bring a rich harvest."
Kevin and Sandy TenHarmsel
"We give to COME UNITY because we know that the money we give goes directly to the people who need it. We also appreciate the intentional ways COME UNITY fosters relationships with all of their partners--those in East Africa and those here in the States who give. We feel like Sifen is part of our family--she's part of our conversations, our prayer life, and our kids can't wait to meet her and her sister Redeat someday. Being a part of COME UNITY's vision has taught our kids that you're never too young to make a lasting impact in the world. It's also taught them that kids are kids everywhere; no matter where you are on the globe, you can share common interests and values. We're also learning as a family that all are called to serve--to whom much is given much is required--and that serving others is, in fact, a privilege and a gift."