ASHLAND, Ky. – The 11-member Amy For Africa Team that will be traveling to Moyo, Uganda in May for the Samaritan’s Feet shoe project is set.

AFA co-founders Amy Compston and Mark Maynard will lead the team along with Floyd Paris, the president of United Christian Expeditions (UCE). The trip will be May 17-June 2.

Others making up the AFA Team are: Chris Compston (Amy’s husband), Kathy Whitely (Amy’s mother), Maggie Lawentmann, Shannon Luther, videographer Rob Barber, Rob VanHoose, Jonathan VanHoose, Amy Blankenbeckley, and Tony Blankenbeckley.

The goal will be to put 26,000 pairs of shoes on the children of Moyo. The AFA Team, through the efforts of Bro. Paris, will be working with churches in the Moyo area to help accomplish this feat for feet. AFA has been fundraising for the shoes since Dec. 17 and have collected $43,000 of the $52,000 needed. The deadline for having all money to Samaritan’s Feet is the end of April.

Amy surrounded by children in Moyo.

Amy surrounded by children in Moyo.