A Photographic Journey to Ethiopia’s Mossy Foot Project

A few months ago, our long time supporter Keith Pytlinski published photos of his trip to Ethiopia to see the work of the Mossy Foot Project. Keith’s words describing his adventure are moving and challenging and his artistic skills both as a photographer and editor are considerable. Read about Keith’s experience with the people of…

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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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Meet Aster Lemma

My name is Aster Lemma and I am 35 years old. I am a woman with many different interesting and touching stories. Before I was married as a teenager, I experienced problems with my feet, which created many struggles in my life. I could not afford to buy and wear shoes. That’s why I experienced…

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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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Announcing the 2011 Mossy Foot Fundraising Banquet

The 2011 Mossy Foot Fundraising Banquet has been scheduled for Thursday, May 19th at the Moorpark Country Club. Come join us to learn more about the Mossy Foot Project and how you can make a difference in the lives of the people of Ethiopia who are afflicted with this debilitating malady. Also featured at the…

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