Fr Themi arrived in Freetown, Sierra Leone Feb 2008.
At that time P4K were with him, ready to help him serve the poor, of the then, poorest nation of the world.
It is said he was asked why Sierra Leone and he replied, “we will start from the bottom and work our way up”.
Make A Donation
Select your country/region and follow the steps to donate to Rev Themi’s Orthodox mission in Sierra Leone.
BSB: 064-131 | Acc: 1041-1391
BSB: 064-131 | Acc: 1041-1391
Sort Code: 52-21-00 | Account No: 18907806
Sort Code: 52-21-00
Account No: 18907806
Since 2018, Reverend Themi has led the Orthodox mission’s work in developing…
5 schools of education, all with locally trained staff & thousands of students from Early Childhood, Primary, College & scholarships to Higher Education & Training; 3 dining, feeding & recreational halls to serve as safe spaces for the young, the hungry, the poor and forgotten; 3 medical clinics with local doctors & nurses; 2 Orphanages & the support of hundreds of more orphans; the supporting of countless communities and countless individuals; 1 Football Club; and 4 Churches.
Grants & Fundraising
Paradise 4 Kids sponsor by way of Grants; Approved by a Board of Volunteers & ratified in agreements as per Government Law & Auditing procedures.
In the USA charity, there are 3 Grants;
(a) the Teachers College Grant
(b) the Waterloo Orphan & Education Care Grant
(c) the Medical Grant.
In the Australian charity, there are 2 Grants;
(a) Orphanage Development Grant
(b) Education Community Care Grant.
In the United Kingdom charity, there is 1 Grant;
(a) KrooBay Education Community Care Grant.
In the Cyprus & the EU members’ charity, there is 1 Grant:
(a) General Community Care Grant.
Fr Themi’s Orthodox mission in Sierra Leone supply “monthly & quarterly financial reports” on each of the grants. Each financial report is then scrutinized by the USA charity treasurer & Australian treasurer. With these reports, Fr Themi is able to set budgets of, expenditure, growth, development and helping the poor.
In the charities’ respective countries, independent Auditors audit our books and lodge our Tax Returns as per that countries laws and requirements.
Over the many years, our association with Fr Themi has proved to be most rewarding to our charities Board’s, committees, fundraisers, volunteers and to Fr Themi and the poor he serves. And we do this to the Glory of the name “Jesus Christ of Nazareth”.
Thousands of Children Everyday
Every day Fr Themi’s mission impacts in one way or another thousands of Children & their families.
From the Orphans he houses to the Orphans he supports;
School children with free or low-cost education, hot meals,
uniforms, shoes, books, pens, rubbers and rulers;
Scholarships for training & higher education;
Football Club, Youth Clubs and sporting events;
Doctors & Nurses; Medicine & Hospital;
Feeding programs, Alms Giving and whole community support;
Church, Baptism, Bible Studies & Spiritual enlightenment.
All in the name of the Crucified Christ, Jesus of Nazareth.
St Basil’s Basileiad – Fr Themi’s Themiaid
In the 4th century, Basil the Great constructed a complex called “Basileiad”; a complex to help the sick, the disabled, the poor & orphans; a Church, structures, guest houses, schools, orphanages & homes for the poor.
St Basil was following Jesus’ parables of the Sheep & Goats in the Gospel of Matthew 25.
34 “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. 35 For I was hungry & you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty & you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger & you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes & you clothed me, I was sick & you looked after me, I was in prison & you came to visit me.’
Fr Themi continues the Lords work, and we like to call it “Themiaid” – all for the Glory of the Crucified Christ, Jesus of Nazareth.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
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