Team Mossy Foot in the Great Ethiopian Run

The largest road race in Africa is held yearly in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Founded by famous Ethiopian Runner Haile Gebrselassie, The Great Ethiopian Run is a 10k road race that happens once a year around in the capital city of Ethiopia. Over 40,000 people take part on the day, including gold medal winning athletes, runners,…

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Walk a Mile for Their Shoes

Last summer, seventh grade students at Westminster Christian School in Miami, Florida, read Take Your Best Shot by Austin Gutwein. This book chronicles the story of how a teenage boy’s efforts are bringing hope to AIDs orphans in Africa. Through this reading project, the students were challenged to research missions projects and consider how kids can…

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Be Generous Now and Throughout the Year

We have all heard that “Christmas is a time for giving,” but so often we find that our gifts are given to those who already have so very much.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to give a small gift that could make a HUGE difference? The Mossy Foot Project operates 15 separate clinic…

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“Thriller” Dance Event

Our thanks to Louise Bretz of Connextions Dance Studio in Ventura, CA for hosting a “Thriller” dance event this past weekend with proceeds going to the Mossy Foot Project. We have to have some of the Southland’s most creative and enthusiastic supporters!

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Paying It Forward for Mossy Foot!

A couple of months ago, one of our long term supporters, Allyson, held a cooking camp for kids in Texas.  In the process, she shared the work of the Mossy Foot Project with Michael Anderson. As Allyson blogged about her 50th birthday and how great it would be for friends to make a donation to…

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Barefoot for Mossy Foot at Highpoint University

Students at High Point University in North Carolina learned what it was like to live “One day without shoes” in an event held April 7th and sponsored by the Alpha Phi Omega co-ed service fraternity and the TOMS Shoes Club. It was wonderful to learn that the students of High Point took the initiative to…

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