BDR_1739Advocate

One of the best things you can do to help ALARM accomplish its mission in South Sudan is to become an advocate for their work. Talk to your friends about the ministry and stay informed about the issues facing the leaders ALARM is training.

Click here to share ALARM with your Facebook friends.

Click here to share ALARM with your Twitter followers.

enough logoThe Enough Project has a wealth of information and insight into South Sudan and the issues faced by the country. Click here to visit their website.

Celestin Musekura, Ph.D. – ALARM’s President and Founder

Celestin Musekura, Ph.D.
ALARM President and Founder

Meredith Wheeler, Ph.D. ALARM International Director

Meredith Wheeler, Ph.D.
ALARM International Director

Host

Have an ALARM representative speak at your church, organization or small group. These leaders will be able to inform and inspire your community with stories of God’s work all over the world.

Click here to invite Dr. Celestin Musekura, Dr. Meredith Wheeler, or another ALARM representative to speak at your gathering. Click here to see Celestin’s bio. To learn more about Celestin, read his story in WND Magazine Issue 4. Click here to see Meredith’s bio.

The roof of Lietnhom’s Hope Secondary School has collapsed.

The roof of Lietnhom’s Hope Secondary School has collapsed.

Give

ALARM is actively involved in its community. This is why their branch in the village of Lietnhom is eager to help their neighbors in a multitude of ways. ALARM is seeking financial sponsors to help them cover the cost of these initiatives. Every donation, large or small, will help them serve the community and bring the hope of the kingdom in a very practical way.

Here are a few things you could fund fully or in part:

Provide a chicken: $15
Provide a goat: $50
Provide a cow: $900
Dig a water well: $6,000
Provide a new roof for Hope Secondary School: $30,000

Click here to make a donation to ALARM (Please put “WND – Lietnhom” in the designation field).

Students are forced to meet under trees to find shade.

Students are forced to meet under trees to find shade.