Current Needs to Serve

Here is the list of needs that we at TEAAPI (The Everett and Austin Project, Inc.) want to serve and meet for people. I have tried to prioritize the order of the list according to what we know right now:

  1. 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.
  2. 12 more Cerebral Palsy Chairs for those children suffering from Cerebral Palsy in Soroti District in east-central Uganda. Also a food package for each of the 12 families. We have already previously served 12 other families in Soroti like this. $400.
  3. Completion of Ssegganga Primary School. The school where the Kayongas live needs finishing after years of neglect. It has been sitting half-finished for many years. Very dilapidated. $9000.
  4. Reusable Sanitary Towels, Self-Sustainable Shop. Similar to the project that we started in Kasese District for reusable sanitary towels, we are starting one in a slum in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. $790.
  5. Mama Janet’s Self-Sustainable Shop. Ayumo Janet’s family is struggling with little to no income. They would like to start a used clothing business. $1000.
  6. 15 Self-Sustainable Shops for 15 Duchenne Families in Kenya. Of the over 40 Duchenne families identified in Kenya, 15 of them have little to no income. $15,000.
  7. Mubiru Glorias’s New Eye. Gloria has been suffering from eye cancer and had to have her left eye removed. When her eye heals enough and heals up a little more. $554.
  8. TEAAPI Homestead. The long term goal is to have a homestead in Uganda where we can house individuals who are suffering from Duchenne and other rare diseases who need specialized care from a caretaker. $22,000.

TOTAL – $51,041

18 thoughts on “Current Needs to Serve

  1. Paul Collins

    Thanks so much for this organised list Tim. You have really touched many people and with these need may the good Lord be our supplier and provider

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Thank you very much sir Paul. I so appreciate all of your work and input in all of these goals and needs to serve. I am counting on you to keep us all up to date as we continue to move forward for the glory of the Lord. In His love and goodness, Tim

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  2. Pius Emmanuel

    Thank you Tim for all the good work. I know a lot of people have been helped through this project, may the good Lord continue to use you and may he provide for all that we need. God bless you all.

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      You’re very welcome Pius. So great having you on the team. I am glad that you approve of this list and have continued to support us in this great work. I feel very honored to know you. Looking forward to the years to come working side by side with you. For His glory.

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  3. Barbra kemi

    This is an amazing list..Well put together and with grace all will be achieved🙏

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Thank you Barb. Much appreciated. I love all that you have done working on our team. You are a true servant of the Lord and together we will do great things! God is good indeed. Thank you for all you do. How is Biira Margaret’s shop coming along in Kasese there?

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  4. Randy Gasser

    What a most worthy cause and organization. You are a beautiful example of what one person can do to when following God’s leading and inspiring others to share in God’s work for His precious creation. 🙏🏻❤️

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Well it takes a village you know? I couldn’t do all of this without you and the others each pulling on the rope, tugging for our side! I love working with you and pulling with you for His precious creation. Amen brother. Much love and appreciation!!!

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  5. Johnmary

    You have done great @Tim, everything is priority, we pray that the Lord helps us to achieve these goals sooner so that we can help those suffering without help and reach. Blessings.

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Amen brother Johnmary. So appreciate how you have joined our leaders recently and have been working so hard with us. Will you be writing about us in your new Facebook blog? What is the link to your blog. I’m sure people will want to follow along as you do God’s work. A true believer. So beautiful.

      I love how you have even started hiking for Duchenne. Do you have any more hikes planned or in mind?

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  6. Barbra Kemi

    Amazing organization there… everything seems a priority though… Lets keep 🙏 so that all that gets realised

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Yes! As 1 Thess 5:17 says, pray without ceasing right??? Sometimes it seems like we have to wait a long time for God’s answers, but it’s never long in the grand scheme of things. Not long at all compared to eternity right? And what else matters beside eternal treasures? Let us continue to work and pray hard for things that will last for eternity. God is with us. He has promised to never leave us or forsake us. Such a Good God! 🙂

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  7. Joshua

    Wooooooo that’s so amazing indeed. The lord will surely bless the hands of your works. Many souls will be saved and it will create more awareness for dunchenne kids in Africa. May the lord bless this list to be a success

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Thank you very much sir. It is a real pleasure working with you on this great cause. Thank you so much for the kudos and support and encouragement. Together we are strong. I think together might help you in your arm wrestling game too! lol

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  8. Musasizi Dennis

    Thanks Tim for this well set list. The organisational skills exhibited here are perfect, thanks for your tireless efforts, many have been reached and their lives changed. May God open doors for financial provision towards this list and for more needs yet to come 🙏🙏

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Thank you so much Dennis. How is everything going out there in Soroti? How is Ababakar and the 12 new CP chairs coming along?

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  9. Lawal

    This is so amazing!!! Highly elated to be part of this noble cause. Every item of the list is very key as it touches and impact humanity. Surely He shall give His angels charge to keep and bless all of these projects in Jesus name.

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Hello Pastor. How are you doing? How are things in Nigeria. I know things got pretty bad last week. I hope you and your wife are ok and able to get outside a little bit now. Thank you so much for joining our prayer meeting last night. Always great to have you with us!

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