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 For Africa Student Club launches SELL YOUR TIME & TALENT Fundraiser

Unite For Africa Student Club Darien High School presents… SHARE YOUR TIME & TALENTS FUNDRAISER *** In our commitment to serve marginalized and impoverished communities in Tanzania, East Africa, 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to purchase and install comprehensive sanitation systems (toilets & hand washing stations) at the St. Joseph’s […]

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Update on Unite’s micro loan & small business education program at The Sega Girls School

Dear Unite Donors to the Sega School & our Student Microfinance/Small Business Development Education Fund: Thank you all so much for your support of our work to empower the girls at the Sega School in Morogoro  Tanzania to learn practical business skills. These lessons will be essential to their long-term success and ability to achieve independence in their […]

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Driving in Arusha

The air is thick, heavy, and motionless except for visible dust particles floating all around. Potent diesel exhaust fumes are trapped inside, and that combined with near 100 degree temperatures, leaves me feeling a bit uneasy in the stomach. The windows are all hand-cranked tightly shut, closed for as long as it takes for us to pass through this intersection. […]

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Why you MUST travel to Tanzania with Unite!

Thank you Bob Emerson for this brilliant testimonial! Bob and his 14-year-old daughter Laney traveled with Unite this summer to Tanzania to help serve many of our Unite partners across the Northern District. We are putting together our next tour. Interested? Email Anne@unitetnz.org *** Bob and Laney with the faculty and students at St. Paul’s […]

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What I Want

I don’t want to want what I don’t want to want, and when I do start to want what I don’t want to want, I know it’s time to go again. A friend tells me as we walk the Pear Tree beach loop in Darien, CT, passing by 10,000-square-foot homes overlooking the Long Island Sound, […]

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