Feeding our students ensures they are ready to learn.
Today, our founder turns 60 years old! I can’t imagine a world without Mama Gorethy. She had a dream growing up as a young Congolese orphan, then a young Congolese attorney, then a refugee living in Dallas as her country was torn apart by war. She cried a lot during those days. That dream: To […]
During this special time, we want to thank you for your support this year. Because of you in 2021: • 40 new students joined our all girls primary school. We now have 120 girls in grades 1 through 4. • 80 women graduated from our sewing school. • We celebrated the 10-year anniversary of our sewing […]
I know you got our email yesterday (below) so we’ll keep this brief: • Donations made at 8 am ET will be matched by Facebook up to a certain point. • For the rest of us who are not early birds, just go ahead and jump in when you can. • Our greatest need is a […]
Neema’s Story Six-year-old Neema started life with many cultural disadvantages. Neema was born with polydactyly…she has six fingers on each hand, a condition she inherited from her mother. Her father abandoned them when Neema was born handicapped. Too often, the future is bleak for girls like Neema. According to Human Rights Watch, “Congo is home […]
Urgent request: Our girls need summer school to catch up from the pandemic Like students around the world, the 80 students at the Congo Restoration Girls School of Compassion have worked hard but have fallen behind in the past year due to school closures caused by the pandemic. As we end the school year, our […]
As Chair of the Congo Restoration Board of Directors, Dawn McMullan has led the U.S.-funding arm of the organization since 2008. In partnership with founder Gorethy Nabushosi, they have grown the organization’s reach from caring for 30 orphans, to empowering women, educating girls, and providing college scholarships to young adults. Dawn is a freelance writer/editor and mother to two […]