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October 2015 – Packing Containers – Dates & Wishlist

Dear All,

VERY HAPPY THANKFUL Greetings from France!

THANK-YOU!!! THANK-YOU!!! THANK-YOU!!! Or as we say in Zimbabwe, TATENDA!!! TATENDA!!! TATENDA!!! THANK-YOU for your sweet kindness and Love to our Zimbabwean Nation…You have created countless Miracles and answered numerous Prayers, bringing hope, light and love to our People, helping them to feel of God’s love…THANK-YOU!!!

Since initiating EYES4ZIMBABWE in 1996 it has been quite an adventure, what started as an eye project has reached into MANY spheres of GREAT NEED during Zimbabwe’s exceptionally difficult times…Each year we are challenged with how to purchase, fill and ship these containers…And each year it has been our privilege to watch the COUNTLESS ‘miracles’ unfold, we are sure that this year will be no different, Faith DEFINITELY proceeds our Miracles!!!

Read more to learn how you can help and what is needed…

 
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School Kits, School Supplies & Children’s Books

Recently we visited ‘Hopley Farm School’ (20 minutes from Harare) and were able to give each Child(1500+) their own school bag…they were SO GRATEFUL and SO EXCITED to receive a pen and SO MUCH MORE!!! “TATENDA” (THANK-YOU)

For your VERY KIND donations which made these ‘life-changing’ school bags possible!

With the Back-to-School sales going on, find out more how you can help. Read more…

 
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Eyes4Zimbabwe Lift2Life Mission 2015

This June, a LIFT to LIFE ambassador for Solera, had the opportunity to return to his native Zimbabwe to complete the second portion of his LIFT to LIFE mission. Together with his family and a group of local volunteers, they assisted in the distribution of more than $1 million in donated medical supplies, food and clothing to help thousands fight for their second chance. Read more…

 
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Our trip to the bush with ‘ZimbabWeCare’

ZimbabWeCare joined up with Eyes4Zimbabwe to help bring medical care and supplies to those who live way out in the Zimbabwean bush.

A year ago, Eric Rose came to South Africa with his wife, Brandie and his sister Tami to visit his parents Connie and Bob Rose, who were serving a church mission there for ‘The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints’. He LOVED Africa and was determined to come back. His vision after hearing of ‘EYES4ZIMBABWE’ was to bring his own medical team along with much needed donated medical supplies and do an ‘outreach program’ in the Zimbabwean bush and to assist those that needed it the most.

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3-year-old “Archie” can now see!!

Three-year-old Archford was born with bi-lateral cataracts and was blind in both eyes. With Eyes4Zimbabwe’s help, he can now see.

Our friend, Terry Banda (a distant relative of Archford) contacted Reeve to ask for ‘EYES4ZIMBABWE’S’ assistance…

Two weeks ago when Lolly and I had an opportunity to travel to Zimbabwe for a few days, Reeve asked us to go to find Archford and offer to take him to Harare to be examined by our good Friend, Dr. Chinogurei (Ophthalmologist) to see if he might be a possible candidate for a cataract surgery.

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Help Needed – Filling our LAST Container

Dearest Friends,   VERY HAPPY THANKFUL Greetings from the ‘Ladies South African Open’ (We are back to work)!!   Words could NEVER adequately express our ABSOLUTE GRATITUDE & APPRECIATION of your Love, Care, Sacrifice, Inspiration, Hard Work and ENDLESS encouragements as you SO KINDLY assisted us in filling almost 8 x 40ft containers for Zimbabwe…WHAT JOY!! As we sat in

 
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