Dear MADE IN THE STREETS Family and Friends,
Like many of you, we are prayerfully navigating the current COVID-19 global pandemic and learning to operate in a “new normal." We hope and pray that this finds each of you safe and healthy. Last week we were all faced with changes and disruptions that led to the cancellation and postponement of many trips and events scheduled for the next few months. The MITS team in the US and in Kenya has been monitoring the virus outbreak and working thoughtfully to address current and future challenges – and determine the best paths forward.
Here’s an update on the current situation in Kenya:
Regarding other issues:
There are still many unknowns at this time. Dealing with change and navigating these unknowns is tough, but we feel optimistic and ready to keep the students and staff at MITS healthy and well - which is our number one priority. We also feel concerned and uneasy about this pandemic and how it may negatively impact this year’s fundraising and our ability to provide all the necessary resources for MITS’s mission of loving and serving street kids in Kenya. We covet your prayers and appreciate your continued support. We have a great global family of MITS partners and a great hope in the One who guides our path. As we say often at MITS, “God is Good….All the time.” We will be providing additional updates as they become available and reaching out soon to ask for your assistance. Stay tuned for additional emails and follow MITS social media pages for more news and information.
Thank you for your continued prayers and support for MADE IN THE STREETS. And thank you for showing and sharing the love of God to street kids!
With much love and thanks,
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