We received wonderful news from our friends Reverend Romans Serunjogi and his wife Sarah. They are the founders of Trinity Children’s Centre, a primary school in Uganda where approximately 400 of the enrolled 1200 students board (with many being orphans and refugees). As we reported in May, their boys’ dormitory was leveled after a disastrous fire, and with the proceeds from our Afrique blend, we have been funding the rebuilding of the new facility through ECHOES (Educating Children and Communities for Health, Opportunities, Enlightenment and Survival), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based outside of Philadelphia. Well, the construction is complete, and they will be celebrating its official inauguration tomorrow (Sunday, November 16) with an all-day event filled with music, a nursery graduation, gifts and speeches. They are expecting at least 3,000 people to turn out for this important event in their community. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to our brothers and sisters at Trinity Children’s Centre. For all of us here at La Colombe, it is a happy reminder that all our hard work is absolutely worth it. Thank you for all your support which allows us to do what we do.