If you're looking to do something good in the name of Jesus or the Easter Bunny today, look no further.
This November, my friend Krista Dalby will be heading to Ghana with Tanis De Sa Pereira to volunteer in small rural villages (where there is limited schooling, medicine, housing and other basic needs), teaching puppetry to up to 200 childrens. They'll work together with the kids to tell traditional Ghanaian stories through shadow puppetry, culminating in a community performance.
It's a fantastic idea that could greatly affect the lives of the participants, and one that needs a bit of boost to become a reality. So check out the video and info listed below and perhaps send a few dollars Krista and Tanis' way.
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