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Welcome to our website! We are so happy to tell you about Sister Stan and the children she is rescuing!
"Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers, that you do unto me." Matt. 25:40

Sister Stan

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Sister Stan Terese Mario Mumuni is a Ghanaian national who has worked as a missionary in West Africa for over 16 years. Her dream is to establish a new orphanage to care for the "spirit children" of her local region of Northern Ghana.

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A New Home

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With over 7 acres of land already acquired, and with the blessing of both her Bishop and the local Muslim village chief, Sister Stan has acquired a complete set of construction documents and is ready to start building her new orphanage.

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How to Help

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Your prayers and financial support for this ministry in West Africa will change the lives of these children, the poorest of the poor, forever. Donations can be directed towards either the Building Fund or towards monthly operating expenses.

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Latest Updates

January 2013:
A big "Thank You!" goes to St. Louis Church in Pittsford, NY for all the support they have shown to Sr. Stan, and also to two of its parishioners, Vivienne Wolfe and Janet Walsh, who spent all of January in Ghana doing just about everything imaginable to help with the orphanage and the children!

Fall 2012:
Sister Stan was traveling again during parts of August and September, 2012 to tell about and raise money for construction of her nw orphanage. She spoke at several new parishes in Rochester, NY, and returned to New Jersey and Fort Collins, Colorado. Thank you to all who came out and continue to support this wonderful ministry!

Fall 2011:
Sister Stan spent two very busy months in the United States in the Fall of 2011 fundraising for the orphanage. Thank you to everyone who was able to come hear her story in numerous churches in the Diocese of Denver, in Nashville Tn, and at Rod's Steak and Seafood Grill in Morris Township, New Jersey!

Touching Lives Documentary:

Sister Stan has just received a humanitarian award from Airtel Ghana, a West African Telecoms company, as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility project called Touching Lives. Click on the link here to see a beautiful 20 minute documentary highlighting Sister's work, and the award she has been honored with. Thank you, Airtel, for celebrating humanity and walking alongside Sister Stan so that she can transform the lives of these wonderful children! (Click here)

Email From Visitor To Ghana:
The son of one of our Board members recently spent 6 months living in Northern Ghana, volunteering and working in many different capacities with Sr. Stan and the children. Click below for a first hand account of his thoughts and experiences while there: (Click here)