Category Archives: Stories

Eat for Duchenne

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 »

PWJK Watch Party

Please watch live tomorrow, November 22, 2019, with our team at 9:30 am EST/5:30 pm Uganda time. Our team will all be watching together and interacting with the show. We will be answering questions and interacting with comments. #PWJK #theeverettandaustinproject #wearesapphirefoundation Facebook Live Watch Party Video Feed https://www.facebook.com/PerspectiveWithJK/videos/411586176451068?vh=e&d=n&sfns=mo Please share this post and like us:

Perspective With Josephine Karungi

Our Show is up on YouTube now! Josephine and her team worked an 2 extra weeks on our story. Such a nice job they did! We have finally appeared on Josephine Karungi’s show! It was Sunday night, November 17, 2019 at 8 pm Uganda time, 12 noon EST. #PWJK #theeverettandaustinproject Watch on YouTube! Please share this post and… Read More »

Letter to USAID

Here is what we wrote to USAID this week. Most of the letter was written by Dr. Teina Daley. Tim put in some edits, formatting, pictures and such. Hi Matt,   The overarching goal of the Everett and Austin Project is to provide sustainable means to fight poverty, and support children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare… Read More »

Neyanziza Nyo – “Thank you”

We visited The Kayongas again on Monday Sept 2, 2019, bringing much needed food. We also interviewed Paul about setting up a shop to help him have a sustainable source of income, and so that he can be with the boys more. Paul Kayonga has had 5 boys who were born with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 2 of his… Read More »

Don’t Waste Pain

My good friend in Uganda, Paul Collins, has written a really nice story about me and The Everett and Austin Project. You can read his story at: http:bit.ly/dontwastepain Paul is an accomplished journalist in Uganda, and I feel very grateful to Paul for his efforts and kind words. I have been so thankful for him to have joined… Read More »