Ready to Join the Journey?
Joining the Journey means clicking the button to Donate Now, sponsoring a walk, hosting a book group, or participating in any of the suggestions below. But it’s also much more than that!
It’s knowing in your gut that there has to be a better way forward for the children of our world. It’s supporting the dreams of students you may never meet who long for an education, a chance to work their way out of poverty.
It’s believing that one step at a time, one child at a time, you can make a difference in this world we all call home.
1. Good Shepherd Sunday Outreach Project
Join the Good Shepherd Academy Family by participating in our Good Shepherd Sunday Outreach Project! In Christian churches Good Shepherd Sunday occurs on the third or fourth Sunday in the Easter Season. The next Good Shepherd Sunday will be April 21, 2024.
The name derives from the gospel reading for the day, which is taken from the tenth chapter of John's Gospel. In this reading Christ is described as the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep.
Support the students of Good Shepherd Academy in Cameroon by purchasing life-changing gifts from our Academy Gift Catalog.
Take up the offering on Good Shepherd Sunday and send it to us at the address provided, along with a list of gifts purchased. Your church will receive a plaque, welcoming you to the Good Shepherd Academy Family, and lots of smiles from our GSA students!
Icon painted and donated to Good Shepherd Academy by the Rev. Dr. Molly Dale Smith.
2. Form a Book Group
Read I Am That Child using the Reading Group Study Guide contained in the book. Supplement your discussions by having participants research Africa in general or Cameroon specifically.
Study African culture, get involved, make up your own ways to help, and let us hear from you via firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Dedicate a Special Event in your Life to at-risk Cameroonian children
Celebrate your birthday, wedding, anniversary or any other special event during the year by promoting gender equality in education and educating Cameroonians students for a sustainable world.
4. Host a Gathering
5. World Orphan Sunday
There are 153 million orphaned children living in the world today and as many as 100 million more children abandoned worldwide, living in substandard and dangerous conditions (UNICEF estimates).
Host a program highlighting information about Good Shepherd Home orphans who receive a full scholarship to Good Shepherd Academy. The student body is composed of these children, along with other at-risk and paying students.
Share the news that Good Shepherd SLF provides Good Shepherd Academy scholarships to orphans of Good Shepherd Home in Bamenda, Cameroon, and invite donations.
6. Teach a Class
Whether your passion is yoga, art, needlework, financial expertise or something else, others will enjoy learning from you!
Charge a fee and donate the proceeds to Good Shepherd SLF. Let your students know where their money is going.
Urge them to read I Am That Child and join the journey with you.