Mission Africa in the News

March 19, 2013

 

Tempe student’s project benefits African children

 

A homework assignment has become a mission for Corona del Sol High School sophomore Emma Mester.

 

She’s selling bottled water and chocolate bars for $1 each to buy textbooks for kids in Nigeria she may never meet but with whom she feels a deep connection....

 

-Special for The Republic  |  azcentral.com

August 16, 2012

 

Resident has Vision for Native Village in Nigeria

 

Until a few years ago, the last time he saw his hometown, Victor Jakpor was 19 years old. He went back to Sepele, the village where he grew up, in 2004. His mother had just passed away and it was the first time he had gone back in more than 25 years.....  

 

 -Ahwatukee Foothills News 

July 25th 2012

 

We Need Your Old Shoes!

 

The Ahwatukee-based non-profit organization Mission Africa needs your old shoes. For each collection box of old shoes that the organization fills, they get $25 to go toward their mission work. Collection boxes are located on the campus of Mountain View Lutheran Church, 11002 S. 48th Street.....

 

 

 - AZ Central.com

July 25th, 2012

 

Help an African student go back to school

 

Annually, Mission Africa raises funds to purchase text books, readers and workbooks for students at schools in the Sapele area. For every $25 we raise, one child will receive all the books they need for the school year. Please join us with your donation to help foster the education of a child in Nigeria.....

 

 

 - AZ Central.com


June 6, 2011

 

Mountain View Lutheran collects backpacks for Africa

 

Children at the Ethiope Primary School in Amukpe, Nigeria receive textbooks provided through fundraising efforts from Mission Africa, an organization based out of Mountain View Lutheran Church.....

 

 - Ahwatukee Foothills News