03 September 2005

Hurricane Katrina: Blog for Relief Weekend

So many others have been more timely and helpful in getting information up on their blogs.  Of course, we are all praying here;  we are donating to the relief efforts, and we are wishing we could do more.

Project Noah is a homeschooling ministry that
helps homeschooling families in crisis.  We only provide curriculum and school
supplies to the families that come to us with crisis needs - whether it is
because their home has burned, or been flooded, or the primary wage earner has
been without work for an extended period of time, or other similar crisis, we
try to help.  We have been serving the homeschooling community for almost 5
years now and will continue as long as there are families in need.

The Ambleside Online
Advisory has created a free curriculum plan, AO-HELP, for families and
relief workers who need emergency educational help for children in the
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. All books and materials necessary are
available online for free. It requires no materials other than pencil
and paper, and a Good Samaritan friend with access to a computer and a
printer. It is designed to be user-friendly, even for those who have
never taught, and suitable for a wide age range.

Our help is in the name of the LORD,
who made heaven and earth.

~Psalm 124:8

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