Media Coverage

Rewarding Trip for Greenwich Teens

Greenwich Time | 10/11/2016

Read about our school partner, Brunswick, and their trip to JBFC's campus this past summer!

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Around the World

Tulsa People | 8/1/2016

Check out this article on JBFC's 10th anniversary in the Tulsa People magazine!

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Tulsa NPR Radio Interview

Public Radio Tulsa | 4/19/2016

Listen to Chris Gates, JBFC's Founder & CEO, talk about JBFC over the past 10 years.

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Tulsa To Tanzania

Tulsa World | 1/30/2016

Our Founder & CEO, Chris Gates, moved from Tanzania to Tulsa with his four boys in order to expand operations and improve JBFC's fundraising efforts in the US- ultimately helping the organization expand its operation in Tanzania.

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Teens Take Eye- and Heart-Opening Trip to Tanzania

Greenwich Time | 7/9/2014

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Sarah Lawrence Hosts Virtual Conference with Tanzania Educators

Sarah Lawrence College | 7/2/2014

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Art Exchange Between Tulsa, Tanzania Creates Something Remarkable

News on 6 | 7/10/2013

News on 6 tells the story of a cross-continental art exchange between Tulsa Girls Art School and JBFC in Tanzania.

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Art Across Borders

Tulsa People Magazine | 6/1/2013

Art Across Borders talks about the art exchange project between JBFC and the Tulsa Girls Art School.


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JBFC Changes TV Reporter's Life

Tulsa World | 2/9/2012

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JBFC Featured In A New Documentary

Newson6.com | 11/17/2011

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JBFC Founder Chris Gates Talks About Mission

Newson6.com | 4/12/2011

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Changing Lives in Africa

Tulsa People | 4/1/2010

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JBFC's Founder on the Today Show

NBC's Today Show | 3/24/2009

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Tulsa Grad Starts An Orphanage in Tanzania

Newson6.com | 8/20/2008

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Youth's trip to Tanzania turns into calling

Tulsa World | 4/21/2008

The former Oklahoma man started a foundation for orphaned girls in the country he first saw as a teenager.

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Cause Carries Tulsan to Tanzania

Tulsa World | 8/19/2006

On the shores of a giant lake in Africa, a 20-year-old native Tulsan is building a safe, healthy place for homeless and abused girls.

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