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Small business owner, Emily, makes a big impact!

Touch A Life supporters come in all shapes and sizes. They come from the USA, Ghana, Portugal, and all across the globe. Some give a one-time donation, some support a child or program through monthly giving, and some give in honor of a lost loved one. Emily Goode has...

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Young Adults on the Path to Success!

2020 was a big year, not only globally but for the Touch A Life family as well. In the midst of all of the changes taking place in our daily lives, we have had 27 students graduate from high school. What an accomplishment! They will be joining 10 other students...

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Jonathan Learns How to Fly

At Touch A Life, we pride ourselves on developing customized holistic care plans for each child, and this includes knowing what each of our children hope to be when they grow up. Jonathan is one of our college students, and from a very young age he has always...

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Touch A Life Students Are Applying to College!

We are beyond thrilled to announce that we have 24 students who have graduated from senior high school and who are applying to college—what a landmark occasion for Touch A Life! In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, our senior high school students have been hard at...

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Why? | Denise Schmitt

I have been volunteering for Touch A Life since 2009. I am usually in the background, working on the finances. How did I get involved way back then? 2008 was a very hard year for me. Work was incredibly stressful and busy – I wasn’t able to take any time off that...

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Why? | Sarah Mast

In 2018, I was blessed with the opportunity to travel to the Care Center when the agency I work for partnered with Touch A Life  to assist with marketing efforts. Traveling has always been a passion of mine, so I was thrilled to have the chance to visit Ghana....

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Why? | Hunter Lacey

I first heard of Touch A Life in 2015, the summer I interned here while I was a college student at Pepperdine University. Rachel Brown, our Development Director, and I share Pepperdine as our alma mater, and I stumbled upon her work in an online interview while I was...

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Why? | April Bunch

A quick introduction to who I am: follower of Jesus, wife to Rob, mom of two boys, biologist, teacher, and art enthusiast here to spread hugs, smiles, beauty, and knowledge wherever I can. The decision to move our family to Ghana for 6 months and become a part of the...

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Why? | Rob Bunch

I’ve always had a passion for helping people in need and became involved with Touch A Life through divine appointment at a business dinner with the organization’s co-founders, Pam and Randy Cope. After hearing Pam and Randy share about Jantsen’s Gift, Pam’s memoir,...

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