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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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Behind the Lens

On our team's most recent trip to Ghana, we were joined by the lovely and talented, Natalie Shelton, owner of NBarrett Photography. Her time in Ghana was spent capturing beautiful moments in photos, and teaching our children to do the same. Natalie...

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Anti Human Trafficking Event in Ghana

Touch A Life is incredibly proud of our partnership with the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of the Ghana Police Service. They recently visited our Care Center campus to invite Bernard, our Ghana Country Director, and some of the Touch A Life...

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New Well for the Care Center

Water is everything. Access to a nearby well means less time transporting water and more time spent learning and creating. Access to clean, filtered water lowers the risk of parasites and disease.With the help of the Sanches family (and their Walk...

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Finding Joy & Freedom

Today Jessica Hooten, a long-time Touch A Life supporter, shares her story of her recent trip to the Touch A Life Care Center in Ghana. I remember the first time I went to Ghana, I thought I was living a dream. I could not believe I was flying...

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Back Home

Reposted from Coffee and Tacos with permission from Rachel Brown.I got home from Ghana on Friday and I feel like I am still figuring out how to adjust back to life in Dallas. Don't get me wrong – I was more than ready to be home with James and our...

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