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One of our favorite things is taking our friends to see first-hand the work that we are supporting together in Africa.  You may remember the blogABLE trip from last fall, where we teamed-up with fashionABLE to visit the Women at Risk rehabilitation project and the job training work in Ethiopia.

Next up: we’re taking a team to Kenya in May!  A few more of our favorite online voices will travel to see New Dawn and HEKO, and share the stories of the incredible partners we work with in and around Nairobi.

And this trip is super unique because YOU have the opportunity to come with us… for free (well, for $25.)!  Yup, that’s right… YOU could have the chance to join this amazing group of gals.  We’ve got a couple of spots left to fill… and one of those could be you!  Check out Annie’s Purpose Project to learn how you can join us.

We’ll share more details about the trip & the final team next month, so stay tuned!

Annie Downs

 

Annie Downs

annieblogs.com
@AnnieDowns
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Nish Weisith
 

Nish Weiseth

nishweiseth.com
@nishweiseth
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Jessi Connolly
 

Jessi Connolly

naptimediaries.com
@naptimediaries
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LindsayLetters_MochaClub
 

Lindsay Sherbondy

lindsaylettersblogs.com
@lindsay_letters
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Marisa Pardo - Mocha Club
 

Marisa Pardo (team leader)

themochaclub.org
@mochaclub
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Mocha Club Members

Anna
I love the Mocha Club because they are encouraging and empowering people who make a difference in Africa. I joined because of their commitment to the different projects areas and the development of sustainable solutions.
Anna in Tennessee
Kate
I’ve had this deep longing in my heart to serve Africa since I was 15. I have no idea why, and no idea where it came from, but for years I’ve felt the pull. I found the Mocha Club and after realizing how easy it is to give up just a small amount of money to make a difference, signed up, and have gotten more involved since. In wanting to satisfy my desire to help, I was handed instead a helping of grace and humility that created an even deeper need to understand. “I Need Africa” rings true for me because, at the end of the day, it’s my heart and soul that is changed by Africa, and I feel more whole because of it.
Kate in Texas