Tim Gillen

I'm a Christian first. Most recently I founded The Everett and Austin Project to honor my 2 boys posthumously by helping the poor going thru the disease that took them young, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Author Archives: Tim Gillen

Lyazi Paul’s Ramp Project

By | February 24, 2020

The leader of Desert Seed Foundation, Stephen Okiror, has kept us abreast of the progress that has been made over the last few days. He said that Lyazi Paul never left the porch as they were working. He is SO HAPPY to have his new wheelchair and he is feeling absolutely blessed that everyone is working so hard… Read More »

Guidestar Status

By | February 22, 2020

We have reached Bronze Status on Guidestar! Here is a list of the requirements to receive Bronze Seal of Transparency on Guidestar – Here is our Mission Statement as written in our Aritcles of Incorporation –  The goal of the Everett and Austin Project is to improve the health-related quality of life for children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy… Read More »

Facebook Non-Profit Fundraising Status

By | February 22, 2020

We can finally donate to The Everett and Austin Project through Facebook’s birthday fundraisers! Thank you and thank you! 😊 🙏 🎉 Posted by Tim Gillen on Friday, February 21, 2020 The payouts of donations to nonprofits takes longer for us to receive to use however. The funds donated through the end of February won’t be paid out to… Read More »

TEAAP-Kobe PSA for Duchenne MD

By | February 16, 2020

Scenes from Everett Gillen when he was little and was still able to walk and play. At the batting cage with daddy and doing a little flip over Austin’s play toy. This PSA is partly from a clip that Kobe Bryant did as a PSA for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. He kindly did this for another Duchenne charity in… Read More »

Whisper’s Magical Children’s Hospital

By | February 14, 2020

We have results for 3 of the 4 boys we brought to the hospital. Swaibu was able to take them to Whisper’s Magical Chidren’s Hospital in Jinja, Uganda. Mulomi Joram was out of town and still needs to be taken in when he gets back in town. Here is the information on the 3 children who were able… Read More »

Big Day for Mission Uganda

By | February 12, 2020

Kayongas Update Paul Kayonga’s back and 3 severe ulcers are killing him. 😭😭 The biggest need of The Everett and Austin Project continues to be the ongoing needs of the Kayongas. Paul Kayonga is the father of the 3 Kayonga boys struggling with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His boys are Julius (17), Herbert (14) & Emma (10). As you may… Read More »

Team Paul Collins – #teamPaulCollins

By | February 11, 2020

Paul Collins is my guy! Vote Paul Collins by liking, commenting on and sharing the following Facebook post. I love this guy. Such a big heart! #teampaulcollins Paul Collins is a core member of our team at The Everett and Austin Project. He has been vital in our ministry for Christ there, serving disabled kids in Africa. 104.1… Read More »

Kobe Bryant PSA – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

By | February 6, 2020

Kobe Bryant is a legend and did a lot of good for humanity. I hadn’t seen his PSA on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy until a few hours after he passed away. I was deeply shook and sharply grieved by his passing, and I still am. I found one source of comfort in seeing this heartfelt Publice Service Announcement. I… Read More »

$138 Received!

By | January 28, 2020

Thank you so so very much for helping us pass the word. We received the $138 to keep the Kayonga boys in school by one donor about 3 hours ago. She is also a mother of 2 Duchenne boys in Iceland. Here is the text of her Facebook message to me about her donation… Hi, Your chairty really… Read More »

School Fees for the Kayonga Kids

By | January 28, 2020

Paul Kayonga (PK) has been so sick and has not been able to work in peoples’ gardens to earn very much money at all. He has severe ulcers and high blood pressure.  His 3 children suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and so far have been able to attend Ssegganga Primary School in Gobero Town, Wakiso District in Uganda.… Read More »