Mothers. Children. Teachers. Supporters. Fathers. Identity isn’t found in roles, even foundational ones like these, nor in a face. These are outward expressions of our identity, as people who have innate value and belonging together regardless of their background. See the expressions of some who have found belonging here.
Neal is a corporate supporter in the Lancaster, PA area. He supported the initial research and launch of our Trailblazer coffee.
George parents children at Maono Light alongside his wife, Christine. George loves to teach his children new skills like painting, construction, cooking and other household projects.
Mwita is a videographer from Washington, D.C. He’s partnered with Horizon for years and has traveled around the world with us to capture photo and video content.
Beth serves as a mother at Baba Nyumbani, where her days are full! Her background in childcare and compassionate nature fueled her desire to make a lasting impact in children’s lives.
MARIO AND BEATRIZ
This amazing couple moved to La Providencia with a vision to raise children to be who they were made to be. They facilitate activities in the community to strengthen the relational and spiritual health of all children.
Matias* is a young teenager living in Casa de Esperanza. He’s known as brave and extremely creative — two great qualities. Matias hopes to become an engineer in the future.
Eunice is a teenager at Maono Light, Kenya, where she lives as part of Vincent and Rose Juma’s family. Eunice enjoys playing volleyball, and hopes to care for others one day by becoming a nurse.
ERIC AND VICKIE
The Hoovers are corporate supporters based in Pennsylvania, where they own a restaurant. They also hosted a large watch party for last year’s gala event.
Christine, along with her husband, George, parents children at Maono Light, Kenya. They have brought the communal, familial nature of village life to children at Maono Light.