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ASANTE SANA TO YOU!
Asante Sana means "thank you very much" in Swahili! So far, we've been able to raise over $25,000 FORE the kids with the Classic 100 Campaign! With E3 Africa opening up the St. Thomas Aquinas College campus in February 2020, donations will help secure quality educators, much-needed school supplies, and will help with the construction of the campus!
Click on the picture to see event day photos!
IT'S FORRRRRE THE KIDS!
Wait! Don't head over the hill and duck your head in the nearest sandtrap, we need your help to get to our $50,000 goal to help the most vulnerable children of Uganda. We are just at 52% of our goal and there is still time to donate and sponsor a participant!

God has some amazing things in store for E3 Africa, but it will take many generous hearts to do the work we were called to do. Below shows the amazing people that stepped up to the tee on May 4th to help raise money for the children in Uganda that are most in need of your help. Will you support their effort to make a change in this world?

Click on a picture below to sponsor a participant or click on the "Donate Today" to make a general donation! 
Call the press as we have some amazing news to share about our students' success at school this past year!

We had five students that scored in the top of the country! Vincent Ocen, (pictured left) sponsored by the Lawlers, has earned a full-ride government scholarship and been admitted to Makerere University for Petroleum Engineering.
Brenda Abalo, sponsored by Joe and Jeane Weller, scored 18 points in Arts at the A-level (Advanced Level). Carol Masudio, sponsored by Phillis Foley, Gloria Mazira, sponsored by the Lessers, and Ivan Lulu, sponsored by the Schellingers, scored highly which placed them in the top of the country.

We sincerely thank God for the gift of the sponsors in the lives of the E3 Africa children
. -Joseph Ambayo, EENU-Executive Director
Getting WELL Connected with Pipeline Worldwide

It was a tremendous turnout for the 10th annual event that Pipeline Worldwide hosted. It was a great success and due to your generous donations, a significant impact will be met for those in need in East Africa. Pipeline Worldwide has partnered with some amazing businesses to provide the first teachers' quarters on the campus at St. Thomas Aquinas.
St. Mary Magdalen Parish Visit: Volunteers Needed

E3 Africa will be present at the Camarillo, CA location on May 18th and 19th. Fr. Robert Aliunzi will share the story of his childhood in Uganda and how it inspired him to co-found E3 Africa. He will share with you the successes of our students and organization!

**If you are able to help volunteer at our table before or after Mass, please contact our office by clicking the picture to the left. 
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