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Putting Purpose Behind Your Hobby!

Katy from Wisconsin shares how she chose to become a part of Eyes That See. Thank you so much Katy for your generous heart. We love having you be a part of our Eyes That See family!   "After hearing about Eyes That See and the way they … [Read more...]

Forget The Frock!

I got to chat with the folks from Forget The Frock. You can read about it here. We love our partnership with them each year for Forget The Frock!! … [Read more...]

Month Of Change

As we wrap up our first day of Month Of Change, we would like to highlight Ballard High School, Kentucky Country Day School and Louisville Male High School. Students from these big Louisville schools are in a competion to see who can raise the most … [Read more...]

Taking Time To Breath

Our current Keziah class got to enjoy a little break away from the Keziah House today. They got to have lunch at Bishoftu. They took time to laugh, relax, and enjoy the beauty around them. It's because of private donors like you, that these … [Read more...]

Update on Keziah Class 6

The 6th Keziah class is starting to hit the final stretch, with less than two months to go, the women are comfortable with their routines and new lifestyles. They are working hard each day in individual therapy as well as group therapy. Six of the … [Read more...]

Helen’s Joy

If you were to run into Helen today, you would probably catch nothing but smiles from her. But the joy that fills her eyes now was once clouded by anger and shame. Four years ago, Helen got married and gave birth to a little boy. As time wore on, … [Read more...]

Give back Tuesday

Download Christmas List Here. Want to give online click the link below.. Order Online … [Read more...]

Living in Harmony

When women enter the Keziah House, they are society’s outcasts; many of them struggle maintaining healthy relationships with family. Consequently, living together in a house with 15 to 25 other women can be a challenge. However, they grow to love and … [Read more...]

Baking for Freedom

Annelise Wiens never considered herself to be a person with applicable job skills. "I have wrestled with this for much of my teenage and adult life," Annelise says. "I have always loved to bake, and have enjoyed using that to brighten people's … [Read more...]

10¢ Tuesday: Meet Elias

Elias Solomon lives with his mother and six siblings. His father died due to severe illness. His mother works as a street seller, but she does not earn enough to provide for the whole family. Elias seeks to be academically competent but often feels … [Read more...]