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 »
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 »
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 »
Hello everybody. I am in the United States and I started a charity named after my sons in October 2018. We just got our 501c3 registered charity status one week ago today & I received the approval letter from the IRS today. My son Austin died of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in 2012 at the age of 16. My… Read More »
Support The Everett and Austin Project January 16, 2020 between 10 am and 9 pm at Pizza Hut or TCBY in Mohegan Lake, or Taco Bell in Yorktown Heights by K-mart. As long as you present this flyer with your purchase, they will donate 20% of the bill to The Everett and Austin Project! You can present the… Read More »
Dear Fellow Servant of Christ, I’m a born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. I got a BA in Bible in 1988 and have served as a missionary for about 10 years now all together. I’m currently living in Peekskill NY and attending Hillsong NYC in Manhattan. I did a write-up of my personal testimony a few years… Read More »
This TV interview is between the affable Toni Quest and Tim Gillen. Tim is Everett and Austin’s father. Tim explains motivations for The Everett and Austin Project and who we aim to serve and help. We seek to be the visible expression of the love of God to people going through Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in developing countries.
Disparity of Wealth between the USA and Sub-Saharan Africa1 The disparity of wealth in the world seems incorrigible. Incorrigible means not able to be corrected or improved. What do you think? Is there nothing that we can do? Are we just stuck in drastic and dire wealth polarity? I know that when I was a child, my mother… Read More »