My sister Janet and I had a wonderful time visiting the children at the school. It was so rewarding to see your (Kay’s) efforts are truly paying off for the children. They have a very nice classroom for their lessons and to learn life skills.
I was very impressed by the compound and the happiness on their little faces. You (Kay), Pete, his wife Charlotte and assistants are doing a wonderful job in changing the lives of the young men and women whom you support.
I loved purchasing items from the gift shop to help support the school. Everything was hand-made and of high quality.
I was able to bring the children some medicine for the winter months and it is my understanding that someone from our group paid for boots for all of the children because they had such a bad rainy spell. (Yes, this is confirmed. It had been a very rainy season and the kids had been going with no shoes, or open sandals, so the boots were very welcomed.)
I hope in the future I can attend another one of your Make a Difference Tours. It was such a memorable experience that I will never forget.
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It was 2008 when my parents asked me to live in UAACC. At that time I was 5 years old. I did not know how to talk I was very scared. But after few days I captured the environment over there in UAACC. In UAACC I lived with other people but always my fellow leaders of tomorrow.
In 2017 I was in from 1 at ngongongare secondary school. In from ii I done my national examination and I got division I when. I entered form iii. UAACC and friends of UAACC decided to shift me to another school known as renea girls secondary school at njiro.
Visiting with the children on two of our trips to Tanzania made our trips complete. One would think the safaris, wild animals, or the food would be top on the list, but, it’s not. The graciousness of our host, whom I respectfully call “Mr. Pete,” and his wife,
Mama Kay asked us to share our words about our experience from the time we lived at the Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home. These are my words.