On the Ground in South Sudan –
A Personal Look from the Inside

You’ve followed the reports. You’ve read the stories. Now you can hear a personal account of what’s happening right now and the latest conditions witnessed by our team who just returned from South Sudan.

Join Matt Smith for the Conversation – in a Free Zoom Presentation
July 25 at 4pm ET!

Watch and listen as Matt Smith, Vice President of Development, virtually joins Sudan Relief Fund supporters everywhere to share firsthand details of the team’s experience.

Listen as he describes the people, projects, and progress he saw, shares stories, and describes the challenges that lie ahead.

Ask Questions! Learn About the Projects You Support

What would you like to know about South Sudan and the work you’re making possible? Your questions are welcomed! Send in your questions when you register, and Matt will do his best to answer them during the presentation.

Here are some of the people and places the team visited that will be covered in the trip recap:

Noeleen Loughran and the Leper Colony of Malo

Sister Orla and Loreto School for Girls

The Sisters of Charity Orphanage in Rumbek

Sister Bianca Bii and the children of Saint Bakhita’s Orphanage

Father Avelino and the Internally Displaced Persons Camp at Ave Maria Parish

St. Therese Hospital in Nzara

Father Federico and St. Clare’s Home for Children

Bishop Eduardo Kussala

Dr. Tom Catena and Mother of Mercy Hospital

We’re looking forward to sharing this special time with you. Your partnership makes all this work possible! Together we are transforming lives and bringing hope to South Sudan.

Be sure to register so you can listen in and experience this special event. If you’d like to send in questions, please do so no later than July 20th to have them included in the presentation. We will see you on July 25th at 4pm ET!  

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Refugee Kits Save the Lives
of Vulnerable Families and Children

Sometimes these refugees haven’t eaten for days. The refugee kit provides emergency food staples such as sorghum, maize, beans, cooking oil, and salt. Only $66 today covers the cost of refugee kits for three families