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Spring/Summer 2024 Newsletter

BHTFUSA was proud to welcome and host Dr. Faith Kunihira, founder of Bringing Hope to the Family, during her annual trip to the USA to connect with donors and partners. During her month-long visit which began in mid-April, Faith made several stops around the country including Baltimore, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.
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Autumn/Winter 2023 Newsletter

This year has been phenomenal for Bringing Hope to the Family USA, marked by substantial growth in awareness and a renewed commitment to our mission. Our impact in Uganda is tangible due to the tireless dedication of our amazing BHTFUSA volunteers, board members, and supporters. In this issue of Pearls of Hope, we have a couple of stories to share that demonstrate what Bringing Hope to the Family is all about.
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Summer 2023 Newsletter

Welcome to this Special Edition of Pearls of Hope. We are back from our annual trip to the Village of Kaihura, and as you’ll see below, it was a highly productive three weeks. Let's get right to it!
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Spring 2023 Newsletter

We were honored to host Bringing Hope to the Family founder Faith Kunihira’s return to the USA during the month of May. Highlights of her visit included events in Nashville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Calabasas. (See photos below). All of these events nurtured existing partnerships, which have grown over the years, and fostered new donors, many who have chosen to walk alongside us with recurring monthly donations.
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Pearl of Hope – Valentines Day 2023

"One word frees us of all the weight and pain in life. That word is love." - Sophocles. Greetings valued donors and friends. During this month as we celebrate love, we are reminded of our calling and purpose of helping those less fortunate.
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Autumn 2022 Newsletter

Our generous donors have facilitated the construction of the Shalom House, a structure designed for and intended to house approximately 46 boys, 9-14 years of age. The square footage was increased to accommodate growth and a room for the House Mother, Margaret.
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