Help ND MBA students make a difference in Jamaica

By: T.J. Connors

During winter break this year three ND MBA’s have taken it upon themselves to give back to those in need. Jimi Hiltz, Zak Pedersen and Brock Reneer will be going on a mission to Jamaica to help the Mustard Seed Communities. The cause is a noble one, the Mustard Seed Communities were founded in 1978 as a home for “a handful of abandoned and disabled children…”. With the help of missionaries like our classmates their cause has grown and they now care for over 500 children and young adults with disabilities, who have been affected by HIV/AIDS, and teen mothers and their babies. It is their mission to “…make sure that no child is ever abandoned twice.” The mission group will care for children affected by HIV/AIDS and with your help will be able to provide improvements to the spaces in which they live, play and learn. Zak, Jimi and Brock need your help in raising the money that will go towards bringing these children the love and care that they so desperately need.

Click Here to Help The Kids.

Included is a link to Zak’s donation page that will go towards funding all of their trips.