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.

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October 2020 TEAAPI Prayer List

By | October 19, 2020

TEAAPI Prayer List 10/19/20 Kayonga Hardware Center. Ssegganga Village, Gobero Town, Wakiso District, Uganda. Paul Kayonga’s new shop needs a sign for the front of the building, shelves for products in the interior and also to increase inventory. $277. 12 more Cerebral Palsy Chairs for those children suffering from Cerebral Palsy in Soroti District in east-central Uganda. Also a food package for… Read More »

Kayonga Hardware Center

By | October 17, 2020

Hallelujah that we have been able to open. Still lots of work left to do: A signpost across the front of the building to help create visibility, recognition, credibility and legitimacy. We need to put up shelves in the interior so that products will be more visible and categorized properly. We need to restock on inventory that sells… Read More »

Ssegganga Primary School Needs Finishing after Years of Neglect

By | October 17, 2020

Ssegganga Primary School was started about 10 years ago by a local man who wanted to see his community improve with adequate education for the children. A contractor disappeared with his money and he gave up and lost hope. The school was only half finished at the time. We have visited the school many times and we have… Read More »

Gloria Needs a New Eye

By | October 17, 2020

Please pray for little Gloria. We have affectionately called her Anna as we didn’t know her name when we started serving her needs. We were calling her Anna at that time and we still do sometimes. Here is her father Mubiru George talking about how grateful he is for our help: Here are a few pictures of Gloria… Read More »

300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI, Africa

By | October 14, 2020

We have gotten a LOT more participation with this Hike for Duchenne this time. Praise the Lord. We have several people in Africa doing it!!! Paul, Josh, Pius, Johnmary, Dennis and more!

300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI, Brooklyn Bridge

By | October 14, 2020

Thank you so much for coming out this past Saturday, 10/10/20) to the Brooklyn Bridge. 16 of us hiked from Dumbo Brooklyn over to Seaport Manhattan and back. We raised $552 for The Everett and Austin Project to take care of people going through Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Other Rare Diseases in Developing Countries! Thank you!!

T-Shirts for Sale!

By | October 8, 2020

I finally have a store setup to sell t-shirts for “Fighting Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy” and for “Hike for Duchenne.” Woohoo! Let’s go! By purchasing a t-shirt you are not only raising awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, but a few dollars of each shirt goes toward supporting The Everett and Austin Project, which is helping those going through Duchenne… Read More »

12 CP Chairs & 12 Food Packages

By | September 29, 2020

Cerebral Palsy is very common in Africa. Most Cerebral Palsy happens at birth or before birth (85%-90%). From the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) website: Cerebral palsy (CP) is caused by abnormal development of the brain or damage to the developing brain that affects a child’s ability to control his or her muscles.  They are unsure… Read More »

Log of Hikes for “300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI”

By | September 28, 2020

For complete description of the hike and what it is all about plus all of the different ways to donate, please read 300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI. Thank you! Leg 10 ~ 16 Miles ~ Total Miles = 132 Leg 9 ~ 12 Miles ~ Total Miles = 116 Leg 8 ~ 14 Miles ~… Read More »

300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI

By | September 14, 2020

Here we go again! Let’s do this! For Duchenne, for Africa, for good-will, for love, for sharing. For a complete log of each leg of “300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI,” please go to Log of Hikes for “300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI.” All of the different ways to donate are listed at the… Read More »