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Lessons That Last a Lifetime
Broetje Family Trust has invited Omar Escalera to serve as a new member of the Board of Trustees. Omar Escalera grew up in the Vista Hermosa community at Broetje Orchards.
A Future of Her Choosing
Nandita lives in Bihar, one of India’s least economically developed states and a hotbed of human trafficking. When Nomi Network field staff visited Nandita’s home, they explained how she could use their programming as a springboard to long-term economic stability and independence.
The Masses Move Mountains
Ten years ago, Sergio decided to migrate north to the United States because he feared for his life and the life of his loved ones daily. This is the story of Sergio.
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Sirens of Love and Action
At Broetje Family Trust we are committed to a future where all communities celebrate diversity, equitable and inclusive practices.
This past month, middle school students were asked to prepare speeches that responded to the question: Are Children Important? Brothers John Sein and John Win decided to write about children from their homeland of Burma.
Broetje Family Trust celebrates the graduation of Jose Duarte, the first RISE scholar graduate! On June 17th, Jose will be receiving his AA in Welding Technology from Columbia Basin College.
Growing with Love
On May 31st, the Leo Center Welcome Team, Broetje Family Trust interns, and NELA middle schoolers visited the community garden to share wisdom and knowledge.
At NELA, we encourage our students to be leaders who serve and love others—to speak out for what is right and against inequity.
Salt of the Earth
Sojourners impacts local communities across the country including here in Tri-Cities. Like our partner, we seek ways to be salt and light in this world to support the development of healthy and vibrant communities and bear fruit that will last (John 15:16).