We are so grateful for the commitment to make the world a more equal, just, and peaceful place for every person. Earlier this month, we had a fantastic afternoon for our Open House with Amani Matabaro. The day was filled with conversations and stories about the change Amani already sees in the students, families, and the community because of the principles of the Congo Peace School being put into daily practice: peace, equality, excellence.
It is our combined wish that we can transcend space and time by using this connections place on Dillon’s web site. We constantly update this section with new photos, writings, video and other Dillon memories we all shared with him. It is the family’s desire to have everyone understand through this experience that it is the quality and depth that gives our life meaning.
Our 2019 Pali High Scholarship recipients with select Board Members.
Talking all things Congo when Amani Mataboro visited us here in California.
Recently, the Dillon Henry Foundation had an exciting opportunity to chat with on-air host LaFern Cusack, from ESPNLA 710AM! Harriet Zaretsky, Steve Henry and Irv Kintaudi talked about the life of Dillon and the Dillon Henry Foundation. We loved being able to share Dillon’s life and our work with our community. Click the link below to listen to our interview: https://es.pn/2UAbVoP
October Fundraiser with Kara Love Project. Proceeds go to the Congo Peace School.
Photos from this year’s Copa de Dillon soccer tournament.
Today was day 1 and it was a total success! The Preschool Grade has a total of 12 girls and 11 boys, 23 in total Grade 1 in elementary has 18 girls and 22 boys, total is 40 Grade 2 in elementary has 17 girls and 25 boys, total is 42 Grade 1 in Secondary school has 28 girls and 14 boys and total is 42 Grade 2 in elementary has 15 girls and and 17 boys and total is 32 and we have a total of 180 kids at School .
The lights in the exterior corridor show how the power will work once we’ve installed solar power for the whole campus.