Category Archives: Planning

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

By | January 30, 2021

PDF download – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y6qMQwFBtLdEpBvNbEQNItGvqg_VeWml/view?usp=sharing 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 »

Special Event: Potomac Leg

By | October 30, 2020

“300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI” is in full swing. We had a special event leg over the Brooklyn Bridge on October 10th (2020). We have even also had several amazing legs in Uganda in east Africa, too! We have just added a second special event spanning the Potomac River on the Maryland-Virginia border. Sounds fun,… Read More »

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 »

300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI & Hike for Africa

By | September 14, 2020

Our current fundraiser is always easily found by going to hikeforDuchenne.com or hikeforAfrica.com Let’s do this! For Duchenne, for Africa, for good-will, for love, for sharing, for the LORD. 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… Read More »

Biira Edna – Cerebral Palsy, Profound Sadness

By | August 31, 2020

One of our teammates Kemigisha Barbra (Kemi) met this young girl Friday about 6pm, August 28, 2020, in Kasese Town in western Uganda. The precious little girl’s name is Biira Edna and she has cerebral palsy. She is 13 years old. The family is one that has been abandoned by the father. The mother is the sole provider… 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 »