Warm Feet 2014 program update

Warm Feet 2014 is near; we are also prepared for a new adventure, preparing to open God`s presents for our team: the opportunities to bless so many kids and parents. On 15th of November we received the transport with the winter socks from Metro World Child Switzerland. They were so many: we filled up two…

THE STORY OF WARM FEET 2013 – PART 3: TESTIMONIES

Here are some testimonies from the participants … The warm feet project has been more than just a different kind of holiday. I have learned what it actually means to step out of the comfort zone to reach out to people in need. Not just theoretically, but seeing it put into practice by the Metro…

The story of Warm Feet 2013 – part two: the teams

About seventy people were directly involved this year in the project. Some of them travelled quite a long distance for this mission and what we can tell is they enjoyed every minute of it. We split in two teams, so we could reach four locations per day. We shared different roles, for the logistics, for…

The story of Warm Feet 2013 – part one: a brief zoom out

Warm Feet for 2013 is history now. From the 27th of December to the last day of the year we wandered through about twenty places in Sighișoara and surroundings. We planted the seeds, now God is the one who will make them them grow … After a few days of rest we are back now…

Pre-Warm Feet in Bunesti and Viscri

The first rehearsal for the 2013 Warm Feet took place on last Friday in Bunești and Viscri. The whole Romanian team, as well as some teenage volunteers, was involved in the program. We were a bit feverish at the begining, but in the end we all can say we enjoyed the programs and … yes,…

What is Warm Feet?

It is already going back for some good years, working among the neediest countryside Roma communities, where mud and dirt is a trade mark of every day life. One missionary lady called Verena Schneider from Switzerland, together with Thomas and Tanya Fankhauser, came with the idea of collecting donations in Switzerland as well as ask…