Mitchell County Press News, April 12, 2011 From Mitchell County to Kenya For Mitchell County resident Paula Meyer, it all started during a family trip to Kenya in 2005. On this visit, Meyer met a gentleman by the name of Peter Ndungu of Nairobi, Kenya. She stated when she first met Peter he shared his sadness about the children in Nairobi, especially the children living along Ngong Road. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY.
The Story, Luther Seminary Press, Fall 2010. “Familiar Road, Luther Grad’s Organization Leads to Life-changing Futures for Kenyan Children”. It is a road that Peter Ndungu has been down before. Orphaned and left to fend for himself in Nairobi’s largest slum when he was 11, he was all too familiar with the path of countless children who have no hope of a better future.
St. Paul Pioneer Press, October 31, 2010 The knock on the hotel room door in Kenya that would significantly change Paula Meyer’s life came as the then-Twin Cities corporate executive and family members rushed to pack and catch a plane back home from a safari vacation. View Full Story Luther News, March 6, 2009 The history of the founding of Friends of Ngong Road and the participation on Luther grads Paula Meyer, Sue Tjornehoj and Keith Kale. Coast Magazine, December 11, 2008 Vacationing in Generosity. Philanthropic travelers can have it all – opulent surroundings, stunning sites and a chance to make a difference.