Author Archives John Moritz

  • “”When Kim Wiggin and I began our journey to Ghana with 10 adventurous Suffield students, we never anticipated how much we would be impacted by this trip. Ours was a service mission- we travelled to Old Ningo to spend time with the orphaned children of the JoshKrisDan Home of Refuge, the flagship program of Hearts of […]

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  • Dear Friends, It has now been 15 years since we started HFO and looking back, we are first amazed, then humbled and finally thankful. We have had the awesome opportunity and responsibility to help change the lives of hundreds of children. In 1995 we started with a sponsorship program for a home that was going […]

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  • On July 13th, John Moritz led a team from the First Congregational Church of Litchfield, Connecticut, to Uganda. Members of the team were; Pastor David Rockness, Helen Danner, Jennifer Dematteis, Russell Hubball, Carol Lamond, Tammy Moritz, Lou Beres, Charlotte Gavell, Kelli Green, Emma Hauer and Brian Malarkey. The team stayed at the Canaan Children’s Home […]

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  • In April, 2008 John Moritz is one of three recognized for humanitarian service. The awards ceremony was held at Suffield Academy, Suffield, CT, Monday, April 14. Read John’s speech to Suffield Academy Alumni and Students.   John’s Speech to Suffield Academy Alumni and Students Monday, April 14, 2008 I am honored to be selected to […]

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  • In March 7-17, 2008, John Moritz traveled to Uganda for meetings with the Board members and staff of the Tororo and Kampala programs. It was also the official start of the new program in Kaliro. Visiting with the children and “foster” families is always a highlight. The children and the families are blessed and it […]

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  • In February of 2008 a team of nine from the USA worked at the home making improvements including constructing and erecting a basketball hoop, spending time with the children and supporting the staff. Along with a team of Ghanaian nationals, they participated in outreaches to the surrounding area. One team member led a dental clinic outreach for […]

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