Stories – May 2021

By | May 24, 2021

Gerald Munyao Please pray for Gerald Munyao (age 12) in Nairobi Kenya. He suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. He is having chest pains and trouble sleeping.   He requires medical care and attention asap. So we sent over $300 for his care.   According to the doctor he needs chest physiotherapy and a sperometer to strengthen his chest… Read More »

Tim Gillen

14 More Special Needs Equipment Totals 57

By | April 27, 2021

We are helping children living in poverty and malnourishment in very poor countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. They are at extreme risk of getting a very difficult disease such as Cerebral Palsy (CP).  Partnering with our sister organization, Desert Seed Foundation, on the ground in Uganda and through your generous donations we have been able to provide our third… Read More »

Tim Gillen

13 Self-Sustainable Businesses

By | April 23, 2021

One of the core values of The Everett and Austin Project is to help our recipients to be self-sufficient. We have been adding businesses started over the course of our 2.5 years in existence. We had been stuck on 5 businesses started for a while but this year we have added 8 more! And we have 3 more… Read More »

Tim Gillen

400 Mile Spring – Hike for Duchenne Vii Log for Tim

By | April 22, 2021

For complete description of the hike and what it is all about plus all of the different ways to donate, please read 400 Mile Spring – Hike for Duchenne VII. Thank you! Here is a log of the miles that I have covered so far according to Fitbit. In the first month of the event, I have covered half… Read More »

Tim Gillen

Hike for Africa Valentine Lovefest 2021 Review

By | March 1, 2021

What a great time we had. Here are some of the posts from all of the participants starting with me. What an amazing event!! Final numbers on my Hike for Africa Valentine Lovefest – 33 miles, 4 boroughs (Bronx, Manhattan, Queens &Brooklyn) along… Posted by The Everett and Austin Project, Inc. on Monday, February 15, 2021 From the great… Read More »

Tim Gillen

400 Mile Spring – Hike for Duchenne VII

By | February 28, 2021

For Duchenne, for Africa, for good-will, for love, for sharing, for the LORD. Starts March 22, 2021 and goes all spring through June 21, 2021. Please stay tuned on our social media and website for details and frequent updates! For a log of Tim’s “400 Mile Spring – Hike for Duchenne VII,” please go to 400 Mile Spring –… Read More »

Tim Gillen

TEAAP Medical Camp 1 – 2/27/21

By | February 28, 2021

We served these precious souls yesterday at our first medical camp of The Everett and Austin Project. Trained medical personnel served the people for free. Location: Buddo Sumba near Kampala Uganda in East Africa. Kampala is the capital city of Uganda.   297 children were dewormed. And another 262 were recorded as having received other treatment. Total served:… Read More »

Tim Gillen

Review of 300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI

By | February 3, 2021

This was an outstanding experience! Exercising for a great cause is the BOMB! Over 100 people from The Philippines, Uganda and the USA participated. Just over $10,000 was raised. 157+ children and families in Uganda, Kenya, Cameroon and Nigeria in Sub-Saharan Africa benefitted. Truly awesome. Summary The Everett and Austin Project (TEAAPI) recently held Hike For Duchenne VI.… Read More »

Tim Gillen

New Duchenne Flyer (DMD) – TEAAPI – 1/19/21

By | January 30, 2021

PDF download – Here is our new Flyer that we created this month to help build awareness of what we are trying to accomplish in Africa. There are many organizations in the first world that are able to provide care and support for children and families who are struggling from the affects of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Very… Read More »

Tim Gillen

Hike for Africa Valentine Lovefest 2021

By | January 26, 2021

Hike, run, walk or bike as many miles as you can for Africa. No minimum miles required and no donation required. Just love for Africa required. You can do your miles on a mountain or a trail, the street, or inside at the mall if it’s too cold out where you are – or even indoors on the… Read More »

Tim Gillen