The Group

Aaron Franczek, Collin Hartman,Monica Kling, Sarah Meleski, Claire Pattison, Amanda Schmidt, Becca Scholz, Alyssa Stuiber, Becky Thorn, Ryan Treviranus, Gracie Ventura Haas, Marcie Weiss, Jenny White, Robert Bhatia, Jill Braasch, Jenni Herrick and Laine Philippa

Thursday, April 12, 2012

On Tuesday, May 22 a group from Cardinal Stritch University will be traveling to Tanzania to learn about Tanzanian culture and provide service to those in need.  We will be hosted by Father Tim Coday, a Stritch graduate who directs the CPPS Mission Project in Dodoma, Tanzania.  The CPPS ministry provides fresh, clean drinking water to remote villages through the installation of wells and windmill pump systems.  Recently, the project also opened St. Gaspar's Primary School which will be educating 1000 children!

Our Stritch students have spent the year fundraising to travel to Dodoma, Tanzania to help install a clean water system for the Rhema Foundation Education Centre, a preschool that serves AIDS orphans and HIV/AIDS positive children.  Our fundraising efforts have raise $9,500 that will pay for the components of this water system. 

We hope that you will join us on our journey.


  1. I am looking forward to tune in soon! :)

  2. We send off Jenni and the students today. Dropped off Laine and Jill yesterday! "Walk like the wild pig walks. When you step on ants may they cry out!" (Sukuma blessing for travelers!)

  3. You guys are doing such a good thing! Actually, you're doing such a well thing! It's punny because you're building a well! I I can't wait to read about all your adventures!!

  4. Quite an exciting exit from CSU for Collin. I got the good news that Collin caught up with the bus. I can only imagine what other adventures lie ahead for all of you. Special prayers will be said daily for my world travelers.

  5. Laine called to say that they have arrived safely. Please don't expect any posts from them until tomorrow. I am sure they are very tired from their long journey.