Goodwill Travel

June 30, 2008

After a week of luxury safari travel, Bernard Wharton, a 54-year-old Greenwhich, CT architect, decided to take his family along the crowded streets of Mukuru for one last glance before boarding their flight home. What was initially an afterthought became a life changing event as Bernard was overcome by the state of poverty the people live in, still full of smiles and kindness. Before boarding the plane home, Bernard and his wife wrote a check for $100,000 to support the construction of housing for the AIDS orphans of Mukuru. Read the rest of this entry »