I’m “Ghana make a difference” and I need your help! I’m going back to the home of two of my adopted children, Bena and Jerry.
5 years ago I journeyed to Ghana to meet two little ones who’d become a part of our family. Adopting children from Ghana has made Ghana a part of my story—of who I am—and is now a part of my heart and home!When I was in Ghana previously for my kids’ adoption, I became aware of the urgent need for accessible care for the people of Ghana. The people of Ghana, whom I loved and who were now a part of my extended family, were in need of medical care.
As a nurse practitioner, I knew I needed to give back to the place that gave me two beautiful children!Not only did I return with two new members of my family, but I returned with a dream and vision—a dream to create a medical mission clinic in the rural villages of Ghana! Since then, I’ve established a clinic—Adom Clinic—(Adom means “grace”) and have partnered with the young professionals of Promo Health Ghana, a group dedicated to delivering care to people beyond the city centers.
The mission of the clinic is to provide free healthcare and health education for the people of Ghana. We go out into the villages, meeting people where they are, and provide acute care and education for anyone and everyone who shows up!
I need your help! I have set a goal of $2000 to get back to Ghana with care and supplies, and I need your help!
Do I have 40 friends that can give $50 or maybe 50 friends that can give $40 each? This will get me toward my goal!
Every gift helps me get back to Ghana! I’m going on March 8th and would appreciate all the help you can give. I am really excited to be taking my 20 year old son with me on this trip. He is a medic in the Army and we will get the privilege of working side by side to bless the people in Ghana. Help me get the word out, but also help me with a contribution!