After reading the article in the Sky Hi Newspaper, a kind gentleman named Geoff from Hot Sulfur took the initiative and dropped by a box of antlers to donate. After we got talking, he was curious how the money goes to help these orphans in Uganda.
ROWAN stands for Rural Orphans & Widows AIDS Network. This is a non profit organization run by local Ugandan leaders that run all programs and projects from the ground. All $$ from the antlers will go towards assisting these orphans to ensure they get proper education, medical care and are placed in a loving home. These children are chosen as the most vulnerable, but if you see their faces above, they lack anything but joy!
These orphans simply need help getting on their feet and soon the are able to fly. Once they go to school and find a job, they graduate from the program and are able to sustain their livelihood. The best part is: They did it themselves. They just needed a little help getting on their feet!
Join Geoff and take the first step in collecting antlers around you! Antlers for Orphans will gladly come pick them up, or you can drop them off at
502 A 10th street
Kremmling, CO 80459
See Map Here
View Newspaper here and join the community in supporting Ugandan orphans!
RECOGNIZE THIS FED EX FACE?
Thaddeus Hargadine, Founder of this Antlers for Orphans campaign just may be your Fed Ex man! In any case, after years of delivering packages to your door, it is high time to deliver something to him!
Thaddeus created this campaign to support orphans in Uganda through ROWAN. Whether you have 1 antler or 100 antlers, take the time to make that special delivery back to Thaddeus!
As Thaddeus says, “One tine at a time.” Lets make a difference together as a community!
Thaddeus is available for pick up 5 days a week.
Call Thadd to organize a pick up or central meeting location at : 970.531.7737
No Signature Required.
Learn more about how YOU can help!
March 2nd was our first official day Antlers for Orphans received antlers for ROWAN! The Eller family generously donated antlers they had collected over the years, not knowing they could make such a huge impact! They believe this can be an incredible program that not only benefits orphans in Africa, but generates activities for the community to participate in.
Learn more About the Orphans HERE.
Learn How To Help HERE.