If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack. ~Winston Churchill

Unite in the News…

Last month The Darien Times featured a cover story about Unite The World With Africa and it’s founder Anne Wells. Read the article HERE or by clicking on the image below.   *** A trip to Tanzania in 1991 changed the life of Darien resident Anne Wells forever. Wells was one of the first Western […]

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Faces of St. Joseph’s

The girls’ dorm at St. Joseph’s at twighlight.  Twins Jackson and Jackline Joseph play during dinner time. The orphanage sits at the foothills of Mt. Meru outside Arusha. Moses, Peter and Faustine. Many of the 43 orphans who call St. Joseph’s home, and one another their brothers and sisters. *Photos courtesy of Allie Cunningham, a […]

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What it takes to build a classroom in Tanzania

Here, a letter and request from Sister Crispina Mnate — founder and director of St. Joseph’s Orphanage. St Joseph’s mission is to provide a healthy environment to house, care for and nourish children who have been abandoned, left without parents due to HIV/AIDS or those in need of a better life. The center also operates […]

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Introducing the Unite the World with Africa Foundation, Inc.

INTRODUCING THE UNITE THE WORLD WITH AFRICA FOUNDATION, INC! Dear Friends of Unite, We have very exciting news to share with you. We have launched an affiliated 501(c)(3) charitable organization! On November 13, 2014, Unite the World with Africa Foundation, Inc. was incorporated as a Connecticut nonprofit corporation. From this moment forward any contributions you […]

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