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One of the favorite breakfast meals at the Dream Home is bread with a delicious mix of sardines and spaghetti. The kids wash this down with a hot cup of Lipton (or similar) tea. The kids receive an extra loaf of bread - which they take to school to eat during lunch time.   Your support is enabling us to provide breakfast and other meals for the Dream Home kids - and we are deeply grateful for your kind assistance.  Together we are providing this essential support - daily food. The kids are growing steadily and keeping in good health - thanks in part to the nutritious food we are together...
A celebration was held to celebrate the Dream Home being open for one year.  It was a time to thank God, good neighbors, donors and workers for a year of dreaming again. Pastors blessed the Dream Home's first year.  The kids showed their appreciation to donors. The Community Ward Counselor was also in attendance. Food and drinks were shared and the kids danced, performed a skit and there were presentation from Geraldine.  The celebration was enjoyed by all in attendance.  The Dream Home children are looking toward another year of dreaming again thanks to the ongoing support of the Dream Home...
​Every year the Vickrays Community Primary School organizes a field trip as part of their school program.  This is done with the notion that “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.” This activity usually takes place after the second term examination each school year.   Last year, there was no field trip due to the restriction imposed by the Government of Sierra Leone because of the Ebola outbreak.  The kids of Dream Again Home attending the school were happy to attend this year’s field trip. Seventeen of the primary school children together with Regina, Dorcas, Haja, Mariama, the matron...
February brought visitors and gifts to the Dream Home children.  They each received a shoe box from SENT Ministry. In those boxes were bathing soap, tooth brushes and paste and other items. Visitors included Aunty Ellen, Cecelia, Pastor Faith and Abdul, who challenged the children on the importance of education as the only sure means to succeed in life. The children received gifts like six half-bags of rice, crayons and other items from these visitors.
Regina is one of 22 Ebola orphans that reside in the Dream Home and she celebrated her 2nd birthday this past week.  We are thankful that Regina is a part of the Dream Home family because she brings such joy to the Home. We wish her many more birthdays.

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