Celebrating Four Years!

Jun 12, 2018

Steph Duff

This year, Back2Back India is celebrating four years of serving and offering care for orphaned and vulnerable children on the Suzuki Samuel Hope Campus! What began as a large, desolate plot of land is now home to 34 children, with four homes for the children, a team house, and staff housing.

Back2Back India recently dedicated a portion of the land to make room for an “English-medium” primary school (Nursery to 5th Grade.) “We broke ground the last week in April,” shared Casey Foreman, Back2Back India Director. The school will offer a platform to serve as many as 150 children living in nearby villages who would otherwise be sent to a children’s home, in hopes of a better education, or attending under-equipped government schools. “We are excited to offer another approach to strengthening families in rural India,” shared Casey.

Twenty-five of the thirty-four children currently living on campus have called Suzuki Samuel Hope Campus home for the last four years. Those same children were at a partnering children’s home three years before coming to Back2Back’s campus, allowing seven years of relationship building between Back2Back staff and sponsors. Offering care for today and hope for each of their tomorrows is only possible, in part, to your faithful sponsorship, support, and advocacy for the children and staff of India. Thank you for partnering with Back2Back in being the difference for one!

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Steph Duff is a writer, daughter, sister, and really loud laugher. By day she lends her voice on behalf of orphaned and vulnerable children with Back2Back Ministries. By night she is readily found with her nose in a book and spending time with her dachshund, Addy. At all hours, she can be found consuming copious amounts of coffee. She feels most herself in the heat of India and prefers her mugs big, her books long, and her words intentional.

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