Father-Son Adventure Camp - At this father-son adventure camp in Colorado, fathers help usher their sons into manhood. The week-long event is specifically designed to engage men in high adventure activities such as mountain biking and rock-climbing. During the evenings, lessons in what it means to be a man, inspire sons and fathers to live out authentic, Christian manhood.
Throughout the week each father is given the opportunity to publicly bless his son. There is also time set aside to share with his son what his own manhood journey has been. The week culminates with a ceremony where each father calls his son into manhood and welcomes him into the community of men.
Uganda Mission Trip - This organization partners with the local church to rescue abandoned babies and children left to fend for themselves in the streets and bush of Uganda. Through their child sponsorship program, they meet basic needs, educate through graduation, and share the love of God. Within their two orphanages, nearly 2,000 children are being nurtured and encouraged in a safe environment.
2019 Fernando Garcia and Jack Lynch from UGA Sigma Pi
Uganda Mission Trip - Teams will spend a week in the Ugandan village of Kavule, serving Champions United FC. Champions United is building the next generation of Ugandan leaders by leveraging sports as a tool to connect capable mentors with children
2019 Global X – Uganda – Woodstock City Church Inside Out
2019 Global X – Uganda – North Point Community Church Inside Out
2019 Global X – Uganda – Gwinnett Church Inside Out
Scholarship - This college or continuing education scholarship will be awarded to a senior from Lambert High School in Forsyth County, Georgia based on their display of the Sheepdog characteristics. A Board of Advisors will manage the application process and selection of the recipient.
Please visit North Georgia Community Foundation to view the list of scholarships they offer including Sheepdog of Year.
The Lambert High School Counseling office has the application information.
Mentorship - Sunday evening casual dinners for 20 year old young men to listen to a 50 year old man share his personal life experiences. The idea is to answer the question, what I wish I knew at 20 that would have helped me navigate life better and enjoyed it more. It is an interactive conversation ranging from faith in the work place, decision making process, relationships and a variety of other topics.
Members of the Sigma Pi fraternity Fall pledge class from the University of Georgia worked with Sheepdog Connection and High Socks for Hope to deliver and set up beds in Panama City Beach, FL. The beds were donated by Williams Sonoma through Good360 for teachers in the area who are still recovering from Hurricane Michael