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

Hike for Duchenne V – Log of Hikes

By | July 7, 2020

For all of the details of “200 Mile July – Hike for Duchenne V,” read up on it here – 200 Mile July – Hike for Duchenne V. PROGRESS – 212 MILES DONE! **Leg 11 ~ July 30, 2020 ~ 20 Miles ~ To Mount Marcy along Phelps Brook (Tim)** Finish:  #200mileJuly Achieved! #mountmarcy ~ 20 miles hiked today… Read More »

2 New Shops!

By | June 22, 2020

Taiwo and His Mother in Lagos, Nigeria Many thanks to each of you who have made this possible. Thank you for your prayers and encouragement and support, financial and emotional to help make this possible. I am absolutely thrilled and filled up and overflowing with joy and gratitude that we could do this and help Bola and her… Read More »

200 Mile July – Hike for Duchenne V

By | June 16, 2020

For a log of progress so far on “200 Mile July – Hike for Duchenne V,” check out Hike for Duchenne V – Log of Hikes. PURPOSE The goal of the Everett and Austin Project, Inc. is to improve the health-related quality of life for children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare diseases, and increase educational opportunities… Read More »

Rocketing to the 4th Dimension

By | June 4, 2020

Here we go! Thanks to two very generous donors we have been able to expand our goals and ministries at The Everett and Austin Project, Inc. Many, many thanks!! Our core team members – Paul & Josh, Rich & Celia & Tim – prayed at length and had very good discussions about these kind and generous gifts. We… Read More »

100 Mile April – Hike for Duchenne IV

By | March 27, 2020

Hike, walk, power walk or run 100 miles (161 kilometers) during the month of April for The Everett and Austin Project, Inc. You can do it wherever you are. No specific location required. No biking counts. Suggested money to raise per mile: 1 cent per mile = $1 for 100 miles hiked, walked or run5 cents per mile… Read More »

March 2020 Projects

By | March 10, 2020

A. Ongoing needs for Paul Kayonga and his 3 boys Paul and his oldest son are in and out of the hospital every week or so. Expenses have been very extreme. We currently need $177 which is in arrears with the hospital right now. Julius is so weak and ill that he is unable to go to school… Read More »

Kayongas Stuck in the Hospital Again

By | March 4, 2020

Emergency Fund: the good news is that Paul and Julius Kayonga have been released from the hospital. The bad news is that we are at the paying the bill part before they can go home. You may remember that there isn’t any health insurance in Uganda and before they can go home, they need to pay the bill.… Read More »

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 »