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Touch A Life Self-Sustaining Projects

Touch A Life continues to empower the staff and children in our program with the tools they need to become a self-sustaining entity. We want to prioritize projects that allow the 100+ children in our care to learn to live off the land, take care of the plants and animals that dwell among them, and work on projects that can help improve and beautify their local community.

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They Are Free!

Throwback to 2018 with choreographer Serge Koffi, photographer/videographer Joel Santos and TAL students who are now FREE to create, FREE to dance...they are FREE!    

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A Beautiful Goodbye

Touch A Life student, Prince, found his home at the Care Center at age 10. Now he has become our first college student to study in the States! His TAL family sent him off with so much love and celebration: dancing, singing, prayers of blessing and encouragement for...

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