Huge news for Mercy Project: we’ve recently received the Vizient Dr. Norman Borlaug Humanitarian Award for our work with children and families in Ghana. In addition to the award, we also received a donation that will pay for an entire village rescue. We feel so grateful and excited for this special honor and recognition. Vizient’s official press […]
Great news to share out of Ghana! At the end of last week, the village of Kodome signed a partnership agreement with our in-country team; this is Mercy Project’s 6th partner village and will result in the release of 8-10 kids by the beginning of May. Paperwork was signed by village leaders and our staff […]
We just released a second video highlighting one of the families we work with in Ghana. Rebecca’s story is one of hope and healing. Meet Rebecca, and watch her story of freedom. Make sure you’re signed up for our monthly email list (bottom of the page) to receive stories like this direct to your inbox.
We recently released a new video highlighting one of the families we work with in Ghana. This is the first of several stories we’ll be sharing this spring. Meet Rejoice, and hear her story of empowerment and freedom.
Last week, we shared several updates here on the progress of our new fish hatchery. Our last trip to Ghana was a marker for breaking ground and starting to see tangible work being done to move the project forward. Take a look!
Last monthly news of the year; read how the BCS Marathon and Mercy Project are connected as well as ideas on giving this season!
So much to be grateful for! Take a look.
Local BCS friends, we’re looking forward to gathering on Thanksgiving morning to start the holiday with friends and family for the BCS Turkey Trot! If you’re in town, please plan to join us to either run, walk, or volunteer. This is a great way to get some exercise in before the feasting begins and to […]
We’re talking rehabilitation and reintegration in our October news. Check it out!
Friends, we’ve been releasing lots of pictures and stories out of Ghana over the last several weeks as we have groups of children beginning their transition from village life to rehabilitation as well as those who have recently been reintegrated to their families. If you’re not already, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to […]