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.