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Volunteering

Threads of Hope – Dresses for the Girls at MGRC

If you regularly check out the MGRC Facebook page and the MGRC website, you’ve undoubtly noticed pictures of the girls wearing colorful dresses. Recently, a photograph of Susan from MGRC was featured on a Facebook post wearing a beautiful dress with an embroidered pocket.  The dress was made by Mary, one of the…...

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Send with Love

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, send a note of encouragement to a MGRC girl. *I understand that by participating I agree to allow Maasai Girls Rescue Center to contact me by email. I can update these preferences and opt out at a later time. What to write about Here are some…...

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MGRC featured in The Red Book Magazine

MGRC featured in The Red Book Magazine, March 2020Text by Beverly Medlyn – Photos courtesy Maasai Girls Rescue Center Moved by the Maasai A trip to Tanzania becomes a life-changing experience When Rick Morro retired nine years ago, he envisioned a life of travel, golf and fishing. During his career…...

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Thanks for an amazing 2019!

First, I would like to personally thank all of our behind-the-scenes and in-person volunteers for their time and support to the Maasai Girls Rescue Center. Because of their generosity and the generosity of so many new and faithful supporters, we were able to surpass our critical year-end fundraising goal and…...

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Guest post: How volunteering at MGRC impacted my daily life

MGRC’s founder, Rick Morro’s 16 year old granddaughter spent two unforgettable weeks volunteering at MGRC. These are her words on how the experience has changed her life. Now that I am home in Arizona and back to my usual routine of living a blessed life, I cannot stop thinking about…...

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Returning from my Trip to the States

I have been back in Longido, Tanzania for a couple weeks now. During my trip to the States, we received commitment to sponsor 8 more girls. We also raised some funds to cover our short-term care of the unsponsored girls. We still have 13 more sponsorships to cover, and have…...

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Guest post: The most surprising things about my trip to MGRC

When I first came to Tanzania, Africa for my trip to MGRC, I was expecting most of it to be just like America.  After being here for a week, I learned it was nothing like being in America. People in Africa have life so much harder than me or anyone I…...

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Our First Year’s Accomplishments & Help from Unexpected Places

Our first year’s accomplishments MGRC is gaining traction and with any growth it is not always smooth sailing but the rewards are worth it. MGRC has just celebrated its official one year anniversary and we have learned a lot. Our first year’s accomplishments started with two girls last year and…...

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It is Good

It is good yet challenging at times My friend’s deaf son was a passenger on a motorcycle when it was run off the road into a deep ditch. There were three people on the motorcycle. The driver lost a foot, my friend’s son has a broken leg and the third…...

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