PLEASANT HILL, IA – (August 31, 2016) – F4 Foundation, 501c(3) nonprofit organization and charitable arm of commercial organizations, yellowblue™ Eco Tech and TruWatch, will bring hope and restoration to children in Africa next month.
In cooperation with “Kim’s Open Door” and “Christian Ministries in Africa,” a team of about seven volunteers is slated to make the trip to Olorropil Grace Children’s Centre, Langata Grace Children’s Centre and Church on the Rock Academy.
The group will depart on their week-long journey from Atlanta on Sept. 24. Once they arrive in Nairobi, Kenya, plans call for more than $10,000 in improvements to childcare centers operated by CMIA.
The work, which will be conducted with some help from local contractors, will include everything from minor repairs and painting to upgrades to solar lighting systems and refurbishing of playgrounds.
“Everything we do through F4 is founded on the values of faith, family, freedom and fun and this trip will be no different,” said Rob Krasawski, Executive Director of F4 Foundation. “It’s been amazing to see the hearts of the volunteers going to Africa. Not one person was selected or asked to go, I left that up to God and He put together an amazing team!”
Each of the volunteers is paying the estimated $1,800 all-inclusive cost for the trip out of pocket.
“This trip is a wonderful example of how partners working together like yellowblue™, TruWatch and F4 can meet our collective goals,” said Craig Schwienbart, President of yellowblue™ Eco Tech. “By going on this trip, we hope to provide many disadvantaged children with safer, more efficient resources that help to build them a better future.”
For more information about the itinerary, or to follow the team’s efforts, check out F4 Foundation on Facebook.
The F4 Foundation is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to rebuild the foundations of society by promoting faith, family, freedom, and fun. If you would like to receive more information on The F4 Foundation and their involvement with the “Christian Ministries in Africa” program, to make a donation, or to submit a service project recommendation please contact Rob Krasawski, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
yellowblue™ is an innovative Eco Technologies based company helping homeowners and small-businesses conserve energy, save money and protect our environment. yellowblue™ products are revolutionary, cutting edge and American made. For more information on yellowblue™, their involvement with F4 Foundation and a complete list of yellowblue’s™ energy saving products, please visit www.yellowbluetech.com.
TruWatch is a fire safety company specializing in affordable, safeguard solutions for your home or business. They combine education and personalized service with best-in-class products. For more information on TruWatch, their involvement with F4 Foundation, and a complete list of their fire safety products, please visit www.truwatch.com.
Christian Ministries in Africa (CMIA) is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization based in Nairobi, Kenya. Founded in 1985, the organization operates ministries that serve more than 200 churches and four children’s homes in six east African countries. For more information on CMIA, or to donate, please visit christianministriesinafrica.org.
Kim’s Open Door was founded in 2013 with the commitment to inspire, empower and mobilize community champions who serve at-risk children in a variety of ways. For more information about Kim’s Open Door, or to donate, please visit www.kimsopendoor.com.