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    Donations to the Good Shepherd Home for Children should be made payable to

    The Community of St. John Baptist, a 501(c)(3) organization.
     

    Contributions are tax deductible with 100 percent going to the Good Shepherd Home, Cameroon.

     

    Call Us: 973-543-4641 Ext. 0   /   gsh@csjb.org   /  P.O. Box 240, Mendham, New Jersey 07945

    BATIBO WATER FUND

     

    We are starting a campaign to raise funds to have clean running water at our Batibo House.

     

    April 2015

    In The

    News:

    Roberto Rovere Medical Clinic

    

    We are pleased to announce we are in the final stages of completing the work on the building.

    December 2014

    ABOUT

     

    The Benedictine Sisters of Bethany are a religious community of women affiliated with the Anglican Church of Cameroon.

     

    Their life is one of prayer, worship and work.  Good Shepherd Home being their primary concern, houses over 150 orphaned children who are fed, clothed, educated and loved.  it is recognised by the Cameroonian Government as one of the finest orphanages in the country.

     

    Its founder and present superior, Sr. Jane Mankaa, started with nothing but a dream to aid homeless children and women.  She shared her dream with a visiting monk who financed her journey to America.  There she learned more of the way of religious life and began to share her dream and to raise money to make it a reality and so it is today.

     

    An annex has been opened in a nearby village of Batibo for orphans and special needs children many afflicted with epilepsy.

     

    The Community of St. John Baptist, Mendham, New Jersey is a strong supporter by prayer, money raising activities, as well as making a yealy visit to encourage, support, pray and ascertain needs.

     

    Your contributions and prayers for this ministry are needed.

    With just a $15,000 grant, Sister Jane purchased the property that would become The Good Shepherd Home for Children.

     

    In just a few years they now have a dormitory, primary school, fresh water system, bakery, piggery, and chicken farms.

    One Woman

    Felt Called

     

    Now We Are Called

    A SPECIAL VISITOR

     

    We are very blessed to have

    The Govenor of the North West Region visit

    The Good Shepherd Home on

    March 19, 2015

    "Water for Life"

    Church of the Redeemer, Morristown funded this project.