We have a monthly staff meeting, which Sheryl always starts by asking us to share what’s going on in our lives. For some of us, it’s a time to moan and gripe about being sick (me). Others, though, mention something that really gets our attention–like this did.
Kevin Honeycutt’s son, Ben, a student at Buhler High School in central Kansas is trying to change the world for one school in one village in Nepal. Kevin, a community leader for PLP, explained proudly what his son and friends are working toward in The Open World Project. But read what Ben says himself.
Won’t you consider donating to Ben’s project, his way to bring the world to these children? If you can’t donate, at least spread the word. Team OWP thanks you, and we do too.
Susan Carter Morgan
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