Mary Kay Cosmetics is giving away
–via a makeover contest–
FIFTY $5000 prizes to charities
to celebrate it’s 50th Anniversary
Thank you to
All of us at One Hundred Days, want to
thank Swift School for choosing us as
their service project this year.
During the events of Grandparent and Special Friend Day,
the school is hosting Market Rwanda.
All profits go to build the first dedicated pediatric facility in Kigali Rwanda,
Congratulations to Teresa Lee!
The poster below tells our story.
Basically we are friends helping friends build a much needed
dedicated pediatric facility to help build restoration in Rwanda.
Thank you to everyone at Swift who has gotten excited about helping children in Rwanda. Come by the Market while you are at your special day. We’d love to answer your questions! And thank you to those of you who are our faithful partners!
THE DOORS WILL BE OPEN SOON!
OHD exists to build restoration in Rwanda
In the spring of 1994, the Republic of Rwanda was engulfed in the flames of genocide. As the rest of the world watched, ethnic tensions boiled over and Rwandans experienced incomprehensible horror as neighbors, friends, and families were massacred. When the killing stopped one million people had perished in one hundred days. More than a decade has passed, peace has come, exiles are returning, Rwanda is rebuilding. One Hundred Days was founded in 2003 as a non-profit that exists to build restoration in Rwanda.
We had a great day at Little Pink Book’s “Spring Into Ownership” Event! The most exciting part was all the people who stopped at our Market Rwanda to purchase our beautiful products and learn more about our passion to help build restoration in Rwanda. By supporting One Hundred Days, you are helping to provide quality healthcare for Rwanda’s children.
More information coming soon about how the Good Shepherd Hospital for Children in Kigali, Rwanda will profit from the event. Thank you Little Pink Book for selecting Kelli Sasser as your Top Woman in Philanthropy and One Hundred Days as your #1 non-profit organization!
Intown School, Chocolate Coffee Atlanta and Awtrey Middle School in Kennesaw for getting the fun rolling. Thank you Eveie, Susan, Vera and Beth for making these happen!
COMING SOON! Two more markets!
December 4, we’ll be participating in Plywood People’s Holiday Market.
Find us at Old Fourth Ward, Sager Lofts, 455 Glen Iris Drive, Unit #L, Atlanta, GA 30306 at 6:00 pm! Join us! You’ll like it! Thanks to Kathryn and all the great Plywood People!
Coming up December 10 at Ladies Workout Express, located at 2865 North Druid Hills Road, Atlanta, GA 30329 in Toco Hills. We’ll be there all day! Come by. You don’t have to be a member to join us.
If you would like to host a party, contact Kelli at email@example.com
We are excited to share with you these pictures of our new floors installed at Good Shepherd Hospital for Children in Kigali, Rwanda. YES! It’s happening! Construction is getting closer to completion.
Maybe our “floor shows” don’t make the most exciting action shots, but they furnish proof of some pretty exciting action on site. With the new floor down, we have moved another step closer to the day when we begin caring for our first Rwandan children.
Simon (our partner, and pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church) said it this way when he sent the pictures, “The hospital looks great. Just a few things–then we open it officially.”
Help us open the doors. See menu on this page for donation opportunity.
More photos available on Face Book. See our page: One Hundred Days.