Charity Spotlight

Lott Carey offers hope to Cape Town, South Africa during annual conference

Lott Carey Foundation President, Alyn  E. Waller and a delegation from Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church recently traveled to South Africa

Lott Carey Foundation President, Alyn  E. Waller and a delegation from Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pa joined Teen Challenge and Home of Hope, Western Cape (Cape Town, South Africa) for their annual conference and graduation.

The team celebrated the Annual Graduation of young people from the Teen Challenge Program, and the Lord enabled them to serve over 4,000 children with a cooked meal, presents and party packs. Additionally, 8 elderly people received brand new wheelchairs.

Lott Carey is in the business of  touching lives and helping change the future for families and their children.  According to a statement posted by  Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Dr.  David Emmanuel Goatley:  “We rejoice in this ministry impact that touches so many lives and helps change the future for families and their children.”

The Lott Carey movement was founded in 1897 by African-American Baptists who were committed to a substantial international missions thrust – especially on the African continent.  Today, the Lott Carey Foundation is a multicultural, ecumenical, global Christian missional community, that provides prayer partnership, financial support, and technical assistance to indigenous communities around the world who engage in ministries of evangelism, compassion, empowerment, and advocacy. The organization works with people from various ethnic identities, diverse Christian traditions, and different faith communities around shared values and interests to help to build a better world.

If you would like to support the many efforts of the Lott Carey Foundation, visit their site for more information on how you can help.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.
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