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HMCHA Bowling Fundraiser a Success

The 1st Annual “Strikes for Tykes” bowling fundraiser was held on Sunday April 3 at Park Tavern Bowl in...

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HMCHA: Proud owner of a house in Ethiopia!

Five years ago we never could have imagined that we would be looking for a house to buy in...

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Christmas Celebration at Keteba Community Center

The hope of salvation that God brought to the world through the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated all...

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Sponsored Teens Receive Menstrual Kits

In September, 2021, Twin Cities Days for Girls contributed 54 menstrual kits for our sponsored teens. After a training...

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Primary School in Ethiopia

Community Celebrates HMCHA’s New Primary School HMCHA is excited to announce the opening of our primary school in the...

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Zerihune, a Successful Farmer at 18!

Zerihune’s student days ended, but his education is paying off! Here is the letter he wrote to his sponsor...

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Medical Teams Go Into Villages, Markets, Community Meetings

We at HMCHA are always looking for ways we can serve the broader community, especially in times of unmet...

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Sponsored Kids Worried about Sponsors

As we in the U.S. check statistics for our state and nation, our HMCHA sponsored children listen to the...

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Squeals of Delight at First Sight of the Playground

On a warm Saturday in February, 85 children patiently listened, mouths open in awe, as Gemeda and Endalew explained...

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Planned Primary School Needs Your Support

75 kids in a first grade classroom! Parents in the U.S. would be up in arms. But that’s reality...