Preparing servant leaders of all ages for service in community, including our K-8 school, college students, and adults serving in all sectors of society.
Promoting mutual relationships and service to the common good through neighborhood development, work readiness, and the Collegium Cafe.
Providing financial and social support to global partners investing in safe, healthy families, mindful leadership and sustainable livelihoods.
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Our founding story
Broetje Family Trust was birthed out of a visionary call to grow place-based communities of practice rooted in mutual healing, connection, and holistic transformation.
We hold in trust the legacy of Broetje Orchards and Vista Hermosa community, which, by serving as our learning lab for over 50 years, endowed us with the teachings and resources to grow our vision into the future.
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I displayed a copy of Henri Nouwen’s journal Gracias! at home during the month of November, a season of Thanksgiving in the U.S. I was just about to put it back in its place on the bookshelf, when, while casually thumbing through its pages, my eyes landed on his entry for October 31st.
Millicent Opundo discovered she was HIV/AIDS positive when she fell ill after the death of her husband in 2011. HIV/AIDS was at its peak in 2011, with many people in the Kenya and the community of Rabour losing loved ones to the disease, and antiretroviral medication expensive beyond reach.