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How the Foundation began. Levison giving thanks for the first consignment of Bibles from William
Levison Mlambya carrying the pack of Bibles to the Bandawe Secondary School
Children from the village of Ibuluma, Chitipa, Northern Malawi
Gifts of Bibles and books from the UK
The elderly lady Gogo Nambeye shedding tears in disbelief at receiving the relief items for free
A blind elderly man shedding tears in disbelief at receiving the relief items for free: the words he repeatedly said, "Why me? God be with you."
Some of the stationery donated by UK folk as part of The Case for Pencils appeal
Levison with Gogo Namsache, who is over 90, with gifts
Students at Chisenga Day Secondary School in Chitipa with their gifts of Bibles
Helpless and Hopeless students at Bandawe Secondary School in Nkhata-Bay after receiving the first 16 Bibles donated by William
Levison with an elderly stroke patient, who cried after receiving his gifts
It was a great time at the dam constructed on the Chambo river; the kids had a nature walk and then sang songs, narrated verses and some danced as you can see from the boy who is entertaining the crowd. They had on the previous day enjoyed sweets sent by a friend in Oxfordshire and so Levison bought some snacks and bottles of pop for them for the second outing. The children are holding aloft Bibles donated by one of the Foundation Friends in Hampshire.
Levison took 33 of the orphans into the Mafinga Hills on the last day of 2017, but the weather wasn’t kind, so they went back up on New Year's Day. There were 51 orphans; the weather was better, but even though the storm clouds did gather, the children didn’t want to go back.
Fertiliser being unloaded
One of Levison’s helpers in the garden, Matilda, and her baby