Brighter Brains

charity, humanism, and sustainability in Uganda, Congo, Philippines, and Appalachia

Home > Articles > Parachute Donated to BiZoHa Orphans

Parachute Donated to BiZoHa Orphans

Posted: Sat, November 28, 2015 | By: BiZoHa Orphanage, School, Humanist Centre, Volunteer Hostel



by Bwambale Robert

Fun moments on 15th November 2015@BIZOHA upon receivership of a colorful Parachute gift from one of the sympathizers of this project called Lizzie based in the States.The donated item is an outdoor playing material commonly used in Physical Education

The BIZOHA pioneer Orphans were very excited receiving the Parachute stuff. The donation was hand delivered to the Matron @ BIZOHA by Hank Pellissier who is a long time, regular Child Sponsor. The donation adds to the list of available playing materials at the hostel which include foot ball, swinging, skipping, Cards playing and hide& seek game.

On behalf of BIZOHA Humanist Orphanage, I salute and thank Lizzie de Brabander for having donated such an amazing unique item to the orphans at BIZOHA. We promise that we shall make good usage of this parachute item.

Attached are images captured in the early moments when the item was being tested.

To learn more about this project, visit our website at http://bizoha.org



Comments:


Please email comments to brighterbrainsinstitute@gmail.com

Subscribe

Enter your email address:

Donate

Brighter Brains Institute is a 501(c)3 non­profit, tax­exempt organization in the United States. Our EIN is #46­3953105.

Please email a note to brighterbrainsinstitute@gmail.com after you make a contribution.

Books

The Code for Global Ethics: Ten Humanist Principles - by Rodrigue Tremblay
The Code for Global Ethics: Ten Humanist Principles - by Rodrigue Tremblay
Living the Secular Life - by Phil Zuckerman
Living the Secular Life - by Phil Zuckerman
Society Without God - by Phil Zuckerman
Society Without God - by Phil Zuckerman
More Books
Videos
CoRSU Rehabilitation Hospital
CoRSU Rehabilitation Hospital
What (some) rural Kyarumbans believe about Humanists (by Aaron Silver-Pell)
What (some) rural Kyarumbans believe about Humanists (by Aaron Silver-Pell)
Starving “Witch Child” Rescued by Danish Tourist
Starving “Witch Child” Rescued by Danish Tourist
More Videos