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Colors for Selah

Colors for Selah

For the past six months, Kim Lewis of Vagabond Designs has been working with the Touch A Life and Rapha House teams to turn an old house boat into an Art Healing Center named Selah. Selah will be a place of healing and creativity for girls rescued...

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Mr. Morgan’s Baskets

Mr. Morgan’s Baskets

Last year we gathered our staff in Ghana and encouraged them to take time to invest in their passions. Ever since, our Care Center has been a flurry of bread baking, carpentry, fabric dyeing, sewing, and, of course, Mr. Morgan and his basket...

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How to help #EndSlavery in 2016

Today, on January 11th, the world pauses to recognize the the horrors of human trafficking that still plague our global community. And while awareness is vital, in order for change to happen each of us must commit to action as well. Here are...

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A New Year’s Party

The kids at our Care Center in Ghana welcomed 2016 with a big celebration! The Paradise Hotel Resort, where many of our large volunteer groups stay while in Ghana, hosted a New Year's party for all of the Touch A Life kids and staff with lots of...

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First Art Healing Sessions

The eleven boys who joined the Touch A Life family in October and November had their very first Art Healing session at the Care Center this past week. Kwame, our Ghana Art Center Director, asked them to draw scenes from their days spent fishing on...

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25 New Children Call the Care Center Home

In October, Touch A Life partnered with the Ghanaian Department of Social Welfare to rescued 16 children from forced labor and provide them with permanent housing at our Care Center. Two weeks later in November, our staff was contacted by Social...

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Part of the Family

Today we are happy to welcome Morgan Booth to our blog! Morgan is a traveling nurse and a sweet friend of the Touch A Life team. She has traveled to Ghana with Touch A Life on three occasions and will be heading our Collegiate Internship in Ghana...

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Skin Care Classes at the Care Center

We love hearing stories of how a trip to our Care Center in Ghana made an impact on our volunteers. Today Patty Wolverton, from Genesis Church in Phoenix, is sharing her story of her trip to Ghana during our health fair in August. My family...

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Art Auction Raises Awareness of Child Labor

The Touch A Life Art Auction Fundraiser on the evening of November 5th was a great success! Over 100 people from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area attended the event in University Park, despite the threat of thunderstorms. The host committee displayed...

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16 Children Rescued from Human Trafficking in Ghana

We have some exciting news! Sixteen children have been rescued from forced labor trafficking in the Yeji region of Ghana by the Ghanaian Department of Social Welfare in partnership with Touch A Life. Eleven girls and five boys ranging from six to...

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