Over 10,000 abandoned street children in Kenya have been rescued and adopted by Charles and Esther Mulli. They have become national champions in karate and gymnastics—while training on the dirt, with no equipment.
And, they haven't been trained in basketball yet.
An organization called PGC Basketball is helping to spearhead the building of a sports centre for MCF in order to provide training facilities for karate, gymnastics, volleyball, and basketball.
MCF uses sports as a critical part of rehabilitating children. MCF children are currently competing at the highest levels of national and international competition in karate and gymnastics.
Click here to view more about MCF Sports Centre.
The Mully Children's Family Charitable Foundation, the Canadian arm of MCF is currently making plans to bring 16 members of the Mully Children's Family Choir for a six week tour of Canada in April to May of 2016. Charles and Esther will accompany their children and look forward to reuniting with Canadians who have traveled to Kenya to volunteer at MCF
"If you are interested in getting involved in the 2016 Choir Tour in anyway please contact the office".
The Canadian Safari will be a heart-warming look at how MCF has changed the lives of countless children-an evening of joyous celebration, with songs in Swahili and English, acrobatics, African dance and drumming, karate demonstrations, as well as testimonials of restored hope.
For more information on supporting the tour by hosting an event, volunteer opportunities or financial supporting the tour, please contact: Pam Issler, Mully Children's Family Charitable Foundation
Please visit Mully Children's Family Mission Choir for more details on Choir Tour 2016.
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