DREAM FOR A BETTER LIFE
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN FORGOTTEN....
Every day they feed seniors - going house to house - to home where seniors cannot do for themselves. They have been forgotten, abandoned and left to die. Yet, Pastor Beauty Bogwasi cannot remain still. She fights fearlessly for their needs. Let's recap a few things:
1. She secured a piece of land to build a Senior Center. DONE
- feed seniors - they will bring them to the center daily
- provide health care for seniors
- offer interactive fellowship time for seniors
- provide for some residential needs
- have a resourse room to help seniors with needs
2. A group helped her to "claim" the land by building a fence completely around the land. DONE
3. She had an architect draw up the building plans. DONE
- water system and plumbing
- shaded central courtyard
- fellowship and dining hall
- potential residential rooms
- storage rooms
- and more...
LAMb entered the picture at about this time. Bryan and Jenny Richardson then went to Botswana and visited the project. They started developed an implementation plan to build the center for the seniors.
The first step coordinated by the Richardsons was to build the water tower on the property - DONE! (See the pictures)
Today, Bryan, Lynn, Pastor Beauty and the architect, Pierre went to the building site and here is the result!!
The next step will be to put in the sewage system and then the foundations for the buildings and enough of the first building to begin serving seniors. This is where we are - we now need to collect funds for this next step. Are you interested in helping?
Collecting for: foundation blocks, septic system, footings, up to plinth height - 30,000 pula... $3750 CAD
Fellowship rooms - office - washrooms - 150,000 pula - $18,800 CAD
Kitchens and storage - 100,000 pula - $12,500 CAD
|THE COMPLETED WATER TOWER|
BEING INSPECTED BY
BRYAN, PASTOR BEAUTY AND PIERRE
|FENCE AROUND PROPERTY AND WATER TOWER|
|PASTOR BEAUTY, BRYAN AN PIERRE - LOOKING OVER|
Any help toward this project will be most appreciated. We hope to break ground for the footings soon.