SafariCare Blue Bag
SafariCare is a volunteer healthcare and humanitarian outreach program serving people in need in
remote communities around the globe. Starting in 1996, SCI members delivered mosquito nets and other medical
supplies to villagers in remote areas of Namibia. This inaugural step started SafariCare. SCI and
SCI Foundation, like so many organizations, put forth enormous effort each year to help improve the
quality of life throughout the world.
The SCI Southwest Ohio Chapter is dedicated to providing first aid and other needed supplies to villages in impoverished countries. Our chapter is proud to provide members with a blue bag and funds for humanitarian aid. Contact us today to book the Blue Bag for your next trip.
Linda Bittner's Recent Trip to Africa
Tim Heralds Trip to Africa
Tim Herald went and visited the Sizani Combined School. Notes from Tim: We had been planning a “mission” trip there for months, and we brought 2 SCI bluebags and 2 other bags for of stuff for the kids. They have 80 very poor students and the school is quite needy. Charl has been helping them with meat and milk, and we brought 60 pairs of shoes, 18 soccer balls, 4 teams of 15 soccer jerseys, school supplies, toys, Bible flashcards, etc. This was a very special thing for all of us, and I think it has changed all of our lives. Aside from helping their need, it was incredible to see all our kids interacting with the kids at the school. They were playing together, having genuine fun, and it just showed how all kids are really the same. Charl gave them all a little speech and then a prayer, and explained how it was hunters who were helping them, and they needed to try to take care of animals in the area so the hunters would keep coming back. He made it simple, but it was a great message. There were quite a few tears shed when we had to go.
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