Entries by Clay Churchill

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“I Am One” – Club Students

Every August, Just One Africa starts another year of involvement in local Forsyth County Schools. Amy Churchill began sharing these stories and programs with the students in local middle and high schools a little over 6 years ago.  The presentations have grown into what is now referred to as “I Am One” clubs at many […]

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World Changing Students at Central High

Fundraising can often seem like a daunting task. Many people feel too overwhelmed to even begin thinking of how they can raise money for an organization, but that isn’t the case with the “I am One” club at Forsyth Central High School. 

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ONE*ders Spotlight: Rose Salensky

To say that Rose is a “Jack of all Trades” would be an understatement – because Rose can do everything and MORE.  As a Just One volunteer for over 5 years, Rose has become one of the company’s main product developers.

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We have a NEW Team Member!

Truett Cathy said, “Be better before you get bigger.” We have been working diligently at improving our systems, programs, and communications so that we can continue to grow in healthier ways as an organization.

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What Can Happen When We Say Yes?

In January, a parent from Westminster Christian Academy, in Huntsville, AL, joined us on a trip to Kenya to learn more about our partner who runs Valley Light Home and what a partnership would look like.

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Meet Amy Churchill

Repost from interview with VoyageATL. Today we’d like to introduce you to Amy Churchill. Amy, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? Just One Africa was birthed out of a trip to Kenya in 2012. We partnered with a local leader in western Kenya on the shores […]