Erica (Arizona)

Erica (Arizona)

Visited in December 2019

My experience at UAACC was amazing. It has been nearly 6 years since I’ve traveled to Tanzania,  but I remember it like it was yesterday. Listening to the stories of Pete O’Neal is like none other. He is such a storyteller that he easily captivates you into his story and experiences that led him to Leaders of Tomorrow children’s home.

And then there are the children. So many things to share with them but my favorite memory is when I asked one of girls who had taken a liking to me, if I could take a picture with her. The picture started with her, then with about three girls, to about 10 kids until I was surrounded by nearly all the children and then all of the other guests that were traveling with us as well. It was such a special moment. 

When deciding to travel to Tanzania and UAACC, the question should never be if you should go. It should be when should you go. And the time is definitely now.”

If you’ve been inspired by our guest’s stories, please feel free to donate to our worthy organization. No matter how small, even $1 from everyone who reads this will go towards the education and living expenses for our children in Tanzania. Donate Here.


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Happyness Joshua Mbise

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.

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