Projects

One Child At A Time – One Heart At A Time was formed in 2010 to allow for a wider base of support for on-going, long-term projects or programs for women and children especially those who are extremely vulnerable, orphaned, and/or are affected or infected with HIV/AIDS.  We help those who are trying or have the desire to help themselves.  This work was based on the relationships formed over the 4 years (2007 – 2011) that Chris lived as a full time United Methodist Volunteer in Mission in Swaziland.

Starting in 2012 and continuing on today, One Child At A Time – One Heart At A Time’s major focus has been to  financially assist several children with school fees, school uniforms, transport to and from school and/or assists with nutritional and medical needs such as transportation to the clinic or hospital, funds to pay the doctor’s fee, or assistance in paying for medication or hospital fees if the child requires hospitalization.

Please visit the pages of our kids both present and past and then go to the donation tab to see how you can partner with us to keep these and future kids in school.……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Christine McLain was a long term, individual United Methodist Volunteer In Mission in Swaziland from August, 2007 through August 2011.  During this time she worked with the Methodist women’s organization to help the women and children in the rural areas of Swaziland.  As part of this work effort children have been identified as needing assistance in getting an education, medical care and/or daily nutrition.  In addition, through supporters within and outside of the United Methodist Church in the United States, she was able to fund and oversee the construction of a primary school and completion of a church both of which are in very poor rural areas.    She has also hosted five short-term United Methodist Volunteers in Mission teams from the United States that came to help with the school project, provide Vacation Bible School for the children and learn more about the culture and needs of Swaziland.

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