In conjunction with Orange Days to end violence against women and girls, CongoSwim brings together Presbyterians and people of good will to witness and raise funds to
In solidarity with the Walk for Congo in Oakland, CA, I will walk 5k (a little over 3 miles) with family members in Cleveland Heights August 23rd. If you are in town and would like to walk with us, let me know. In support of my participation, please consider the below ways to support groups working for lasting peace and an end to violence against women and children in the Democratic Republic of ...
Today is International Youth Day 2014. The purpose this day is to raise awareness for youth living with mental health issues. The United Nations says the reason for this being the focus of this International Youth Day this year is, “Youth with mental health conditions can often experience stigma and discrimination, which in turn can lead to exclusion and/or discourage people from seeking help for fear of being negatively ‘labeled’.”
I see this issue as one that hits close to home for me. Growing up I had (and still have) many friends that live with mental ...
Last summer, CongoSwim participants and donors made it possible for five women and youth-led groups in the DR Congo to receive grants. Please check out our Who We Support page to learn more about the work the groups are doing for lasting peace and a future free of violence against women and children.
Please continue your support this summer by doing at least one of the following:
Register a summer activity - CongoSwim has expanded beyond swimming and participants are even dedicating their summer-long fitness goals and BBQs with friends