Our website began as a service learning project for a group of students at Eldorado High School. The idea for the project began when we realized that we had the perfect opportunity to help African orphans. Our math teacher’s daughter, Elizabeth McWhorter, works as a nurse in Kenya at the Mattaw village. We wanted to help the kids that she cared for but we didn’t know how. We discussed that the kids have food, clothing, and a good home to be raised in, but they are having major problems with malnutrition among the new children that are being brought in. We decided that supplying vitamins would be a great way to help. We debated different ways to fund the vitamins but had little success. During a video chat with Elizabeth, we learned that a small child named Peter takes pictures with her camera. The idea of selling post cards came about, we asked Elizabeth if she could let the little boy use her camera as she worked at Mattaw. She gave Peter her camera and told him to take pictures that would be used to pay for bottles of vitamins for the village. Peter eagerly accepted the assignment, and enjoys taking new pictures each day. Every picture that is sold on our website is a picture that Peter has taken; the more postcards bought the more healthy the children of Africa will be.