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This week the Ride is taking a detour to St. Louis Church in Memphis TN, home of Feed My Flock.

This week the Ride is taking a detour to St. Louis Church in Memphis TN, home of Feed My Flock. On October 21st approximately 800 Church volunteers assembled and packaged 150,000 meals including 100,000 meals that were donated to our patients and families in Serabu, Sierra Leone. In seven years, FMF has processed over 1 million meals. It is a tremendous help to our mission efforts as many of our patients come from the surrounding six countries and have walked for days to get to Serabu. They arrive hungry, with no money, and this is a miracle answer to their needs. Women of Serabu volunteer to cook the food twice a day (see attached video) while patients stay in Serabu and our staff is distributing more food to departing patients to feed them on their trip home. In the course of each mission trip we cook and distribute nearly 50,000 meals. All of the meals have been loaded on our supply container bound for Serabu.

At this half-way point, I also want to update the Ride donations. Last week was amazing as over $23,000 was donated taking our total donations from all sources to over $25,000. We continue to be amazed by the generosity of our family and friends. Thanks to all of you.

Tom & Cathy

Summer 2017 Mission pictures from Clair Levesque

Jeff Browning 1 Year Post Op after having LASIK at Southern Eye

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Text update from Mustapha’s Mom

Dr Cathy received this text today.

Mustapha is good and fine. He is in class one now and writing fine in school. Me and husband always pray that the God will continue to take good care of you. And you may live to viagra natural receta see the good work of what mustapha is doing. We are always grateful to you for what you have done in our son’s life. God bless you abundantly.

New pictures from Southern Eye Institute West Africa

 

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The woman pictured here makes soap for sale, during the preparation the raw caustic soda splashes into here eye.

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New Pictures from David Tucker from Serabu

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The woman with head covering is waiting for a visual acuity test. A Fula by tribe… she traveled 75 km to Serabu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every dollar counts in Serabu West Africa located in Sierra Leone

Every dollar counts in Serabu. Just $10 will pay for a clinic visit. $150 will pay for one eye surgery. $500 will pay for 15 children’s school fees for a year. $5000 will fund a deep water well. $15,000 will pay for shipping the container all the way to Serabu!

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Carla Aslup had LASIK at Southern Eye 9 Months ago and shares her story. Memphis TN