Special thanks to Andrew Gross for making our 2013 Straw to Bread video!
URGENT OPPORTUNITY: A Gift of $4650 for an acre of land! With the goal of developing a sustainable and profitable business on the Nyakach plateau to support Bethlehem Home, we would like to set up the production and sale of ceramic water filters. The organization “Potters for Peace” has created the model for this business, Read more
Special thanks to Robert Guidangen for recording and compiling some incredible moments of the 2012 Straw to Bread trip!
For options on making a tax-deductible donation to Straw to Bread by check or on line, click here. Straw to Bread is now a registered non-profit organization in the state of Texas. We are also a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization pending final approval from the IRS. Approval is retroactive, so we are now able to accept Read more
We leave for Kenya in just a few short hours! With over sixty team members and even more bags filled with luggage, supplies and donations, we will travel across the world to greet our friends in such a short time. Please be in thought and prayer in the coming weeks as we work with our Read more
March 24th Our team will have a table at the Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market where we will sell Kenya t-shirts, jewelry, photos, baskets and hand-crafted items from Kenya to fund-raise for this year’s trip. A sample of the items we will be selling is pictured below: The Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday Read more
Team members are making bracelets to raise funds for Straw to Bread! Bracelets are available in a variety of colors and sizes. Each bracelet is $10. To order your Kenya Bracelets, contact a team member directly.
To purchase a T-shirt contact a team member directly. T-shirts are $20.
Our very own Ryan Duncan took a photo of six Kenyan students on one of our recent trips. This image has since been submitted in to a contest to be displayed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. Click Here to visit NBC Baton Rouge’s news clip about Ryan! Click Here to vote for Ryan’s Read more
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