Hi, my name is Cameron O'Brian Emison. I'm from West Tennessee in County Crockett. And I am a witness to how God can move through you. I met the founder of this ministry (Jesse Pascal Mukasa) when he was 17 years old. We have guided and got to know each other almost daily. He no longer had parents and started calling me Dad. Obviously, God was telling me to move. Over time, God has given me the tools to help him fulfill his dream in various ways. God blessed us with mattresses, food and etc. God is so great at creating life. As children, they need love above all else and to know that they have a purpose in life and how they can make a difference through Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.
I have been a proud Supporter and Mother of the TAASA Orphan Program for years and children proudly called me "Mama Charity". I have never seen or experienced anyone so devoted to rescuing, caring for and loving so many needy and desperate children. The Founder and Director, Jesse, and his team are true rescuers for not only the needy children there, but for so many others in the community and areas around them. God bless TAASA Orphan Program and everyone there
Jesse has given his all for TAASA. He is trustworthy and dedicated in everything he does. Please support TAASA!...
Thanks for this program. I had a larger family and I am very happy that God is gracious...
I have been supporting TAASA for a few years now, even before they were a non-profit. What better way to help people than to put money into the hands of those already in the field. TAASA works, even at this point, to nurture, clothe and empower the next generation. TAASA educates and trains people to bring them OUT of poverty. Best of all, TAASA loves them with the love of Jesus and makes sure the children know they have a Savior who cares about them.
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