Spring 2022

Covid 19 crippled the travel industry shortly after acquisition of INTSABA mountain farm just over two years ago. My visit at the end of March was my first since then. It was so impacting that I am inviting you to come along with me. Let me take you there!

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By |2022-05-03T21:14:35+00:00May 3rd, 2022|News, Newsletters|0 Comments

Winter 2022 Newsletter

The gift of Hope is like a breath of life. After 15 years of serving orphans and vulnerable children in Eswatini, SOHO seeks to expand its reach to address the growing needs intensified by Covid 19 and social unrest in the small Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly, Swaziland). The resources needed to heal, educate, feed and nurture children come from compassionate hearts that give funds to grow Hope.

Artists from three continents have come together as Friends of SOHO to acknowledge this important milestone and to help us generate the resources to meet the greater needs that confront us. In this Newsletter, we want to share stories of where HOPE saved lives and to share with you an Evening Of HOPE with SOHO and Friends that will be truly memorable.

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By |2022-03-11T15:54:45+00:00March 9th, 2022|News, Newsletters, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Fall 2021 Newsletter

During this season of celebration and thanksgiving, we pause to thank YOU, our supporters who have given of your resources to help the children we serve. Child-headed households are living situations where a child is the decision-maker and where there is no identifiable extended family to take care of them. That is our target population along with vulnerable children who may be at risk although they may have a caregiver.

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By |2022-02-17T15:25:29+00:00February 17th, 2022|News, Newsletters|0 Comments

Summer 2021 Newsletter

 

Swaziland is experiencing political unrest. South Africa, which surrounds this tiny kingdom, is experiencing politically driven violence, looting and burning. The crisis that is resulting for orphans and vulnerable children will only intensify. Excessive food and fuel shortage, inconsistency in education, physical and emotional trauma for many is the result. SOHO is collaborating with academic and business partners to address three critical issues.

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By |2022-02-17T15:01:53+00:00February 17th, 2022|News, Newsletters|0 Comments

Winter 2020 Newsletter

In Eswatini, there are over 100,000 orphaned and vulnerable children in a population of just over one million, with an estimated 10,000 child headed households. These children are the future. Our vision is to fill their future with hope. 

In this issue you’ll read about the success of our virtual conference and the impact it’s made. Clicking below to open.

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By |2022-02-17T15:03:47+00:00December 31st, 2020|News, Newsletters|0 Comments

Fall 2020 Newsletter

It is difficult for us in our homes here to imagine what life might be like for others. We think of issues like homelessness and our minds go to shelters, but what of women and children who have no access to shelters? We think of the impact of COVID19 restrictions, but what about children who depend on school for meals as well as education and now have nowhere to turn? May this touch your heart and encourage you to partner with us in changing the future for these children.

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By |2022-02-17T15:14:37+00:00September 28th, 2020|News, Newsletters|0 Comments

Summer 2020 Newsletter

It is difficult for us in our homes here to imagine what life might be like for others. We think of issues like homelessness and our minds go to shelters, but what of women and children who have no access to shelters? We think of the impact of COVID19 restrictions, but what about children who depend on school for meals as well as education and now have nowhere to turn? May this touch your heart and encourage you to partner with us in changing the future for these children.

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By |2022-02-17T15:11:53+00:00July 24th, 2020|News, Newsletters|0 Comments
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