Hi, Hello, and Welcome to my Journey!

Kelly RanckHi! I’m a West-coaster by origin and an avid adventurist. I have a passion for people- whom I believe are all created equal and, thus, equally deserve to live empowered, dignified lives. I aspire to give all that I can to do my part to generate awareness for those lacking opportunities by sharing the stories of World Concern’s beneficiaries with you.

As the Africa Communication Liaison for World Concern, it my honor and privilege to build relationships with those World Concern serves, share their stories and photograph World Concern’s projects. I am daily humbled to share the about those we serve via the voices of the beneficiaries themselves.

In order to do this work, I operate on the generosity of all of you. If you are interested in partnering with me to be a voice for those that World Concern serves, you can donate here.

Make sure to register to follow my blog (on the homepage) and follow the happenings of World Concern in Africa on Twitter:

Me: @kellyinkenya

World Concern’s Africa Twitter: @wcinafrica

Welcome the world of Kelly in East Africa!

3 thoughts on “Hi, Hello, and Welcome to my Journey!

  1. don smith

    Hi Kelly- Craig Weakley from Westminster Pres Church in Anacortes shared your blog with me. Our tiny church -Mount Baker Presbyterian in Concrete, Washington has been working with Westminster to see how we can help Harako. Happy New Year, and God bless your work and those you work with! -Don

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  2. Craig Weakley

    Hey, Kelly. You rock! Thanks for your wonderful work and this amazing blog. I serve as the Chair of our church’s (Westminster Presbyterian Church, Anacortes, WA) One Village Transformed – Harako project (yes, Harako, Chad!). We have just recently learned about your blog and will be encouraging members of our congregation to read your blog to learn more about World Concern’s efforts in Harako, Chad, and neighboring countries. We really appreciate your “Going to the End of the Road & Staying There” posts and look forward to reading more about the great, life-transforming work that you and your fellow W.C. staffers are doing! You are in our prayers!

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