My name is Elizabeth Cox and I was blessed to be able to spend some time with Dr. Immaculate and the wonderful staff at Faith Victory Association. What impressed me the most were the shear number of women and children that’s lives are forever changed by FVA. I met once-prostitutes that FVA had re-trained to become hair stylists and manicurists. Orphans that are now being fostered and are in school, and women that at one time had no hope of escaping abusive husbands, but today are able to support their families through the job training initiatives FVA supports. I will never forget how dozens of women and children told me their stories of once having dark and hopeless in their lives. It was shocking to hear the stories when all I saw were smiles, happiness, and hope exuding from them today. I highly recommend spending some time with FVA if you visit Kigali. It will change your life!
FVA is personally and professionally inspired by Dr. Immacullee and her passion for supporting Rwandans who need it most shines through in all the work she does. FVA offers a safe haven to orphans and provides essential skill building to teens and adults to help build personal growth, personal success, and personal happiness.
After meeting many of the women and children at FVA in December, 2009 their stories really pulled at my heartstrings. I know my contribution is used wisely when I donate to FVA and I know Dr. Immacullee and her staff are committed to the children and their well being.
www.eatsotheycan.org is one way you can help support Faith Victory Association. Here is a brief testimonial from one of the patrons and for more information visit their website as well.