In the end of June The Carpenter’s Son Foundation will travel to Jordan. She takes the time to meet with organizations and individuals involved in the work Brother Andrew has initiated.
The Carpenter’s Son has a new board member: Nellie Vermij. We would like to introduce you to her.
We are extremely grateful that we will receive advice and guidance from development expert Dirk R Frans. He works as a consultant for non-profit organizations working in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan. He lives in The Netherlands in Dordrecht and has also met Brother Andrew himself.
Thanks to your support, the foundation has been able to make a valuable contribution to various projects and activities in 2020. At the same time 2020 marks the year in which our source of inspiration, Brother Andrew, died as a result of a construction accident. He has helped thousands with life, hope and direction. Brother Andrew’s legacy is immense.
‘A Sign from Above’: an online gathering about Brother Andrew’s life and legacy ‘A Sign from Above’. Under this heading we want to commemorate Brother Andrew during an online gathering on Saturday, November 28. We take the time to let family and friends have their say, give a glimpse into his exceptional life as ‘errand […]
Dear all, Deeply saddened, we announce that Brother Andrew died on Thursday, October 1 at the age of 71, as a result of an accident during his construction work. Together with his assistant Majd, he fell through an old balcony and died shortly afterwards. Majd was taken to the hospital seriously injured. Our thoughts go […]
“When last time I was in Europe and Holland we may have met, but that seems ages ago. Too much has happened in-between and meanwhile the world appears to have turned into a stage for great drama and tragedies, but conversely also great generosity and kindness. Here in Salt we are working on our new […]