First Steps helps prevent childhood malnutrition in North Korea.
This picture shows a box filled with hand-knit toques, scarves, and gloves. They were sent to us by Helen Wilson, kind-hearted, former-librarian who lives in Winnipeg. We especially appreciate her prayers for the children that we know will go with the warm gifts.
We are sending formula and knitted handiwork from our donors. Thank you to all of our donors! God bless you!
These are pieces of knitted handiwork donated by Mrs. Martin. We were amazed because it was not only a large number of donations, everything looks very cute!! We hope it will make many children in North Korea happy and warm.
Are you collecting lots of pennies in your wallet while you don’t notice?We can support many children in North Korea with the penny.These are almost all pennies that were collected from First Steps Donation coin-cans. We are counting these , will donate to children in North Korea.Did you know that less than 3 pennies can [...]
On our most recent trip to North Korea (Feb 27-March 7) it was made clear that the children in Doekchon are in desperate need of soymilk. We are planning to start working here as soon as possible. Photo: Susan Ritchie ———————- We visited Wonsan Secondary Boarding School orphanage in Wonsan. They were studying English. Photo: [...]
On our most recent trip to North Korea (Feb 27-March 7) it was made clear that the children in Doekchon are in desperate need of soymilk. We are planning to start working here as soon as possible. Photo: Susan Ritchie How can we help hungry children in North Korea?Soymilk is made by soaking soybeans. They [...]