December 30, 2014

Incredible things happened in 2014 for Denniston International and the children and families we work with. Some highlights: 

          24 low-income students were able to attend secondary school in St. Vincent and the Grenadines 

          10  20"x20" boxes of donated toys, games and books are packed and ready to be shipped out to Ebola clinics in Sierra Leone and Liberia


In 2014, Denniston International made the news! Please check out the beautiful article written by Cold Spring resident Alison Rooney at And "Kacey on the Radio" highlighted some of Denniston International's recent work during an interview with Executive Director Danielle Pack McCarthy, which can be found towards the end of this audio clip. 


All of this happened because of YOU. We couldn't have done it without our donors' financial support, our friends helping to spread the word about our efforts and our fans continually cheering us on. 


Thank you for proving it to us again in 2014...                                                        

each of us has the power to do something incredible. 


Peace in 2015,                                                                                                      


December 18, 2014

Thanks to the generosity of our local community, Denniston International has enough toys, games and books to begin processing our first shipment to Ebola clinics in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The outpouring of support has been incredible. Please see this flyer for more information.


December 11, 2014

...our first box filled with donated toys and coloring books for African Ebola clinics! It sounded and felt like Santa came early as we heard a box being dropped off on our front porch this evening. I cannot wait to start packaging these up to send over to Liberia and Sierra Leone. We are filled with gratitude--INCREDIBLE. 

December 8, 2014

About a month ago, I watched a 60 minutes segment on the incredible work of International Medical Corps in a Liberian Ebola clinic. One of the most heartbreaking images of the piece was a small boy infected with Ebola. He sat in an area for infected patients, being taken care of by his father. And this would happen all day long--sitting there--nothing to play with, nothing to do. I contacted International Medical Corps who has teams on the ground in Liberia and now in Sierra Leone who welcome the idea of toys and games for their patients there. Now, Denniston International is coordinating a collection of new and gently used toys and games for these Ebola patients. 

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