We believe that providing the necessities of life such as food, clean water and medical care can help the people of Haiti survive today, while providing them with an education which will help them survive tomorrow. Living in such extreme
We are in the process of building a Center for Performing Arts and Education in the Dominican Republic, as well as a water treatment facility. We invite you to be a part of changing the lives of those who are
Use Business to Combat Extreme Poverty.
Milezanay is a small village with a population of approximately 400 families. Located in Western Eritrea in the Gash Barka Region. We are currently raising funds in hope of getting running water that is suitable to drink to the village.
Connecting the missions field with you by sharing stories and gifts – strengthening and unifying the church community in our media-driven world. www.facebook.com/missionconnect360/
We are a team of people making plans to embark on our fifth mission to Patzun, Guatemala in February, 2020. Our group will be working alongside Clinica Corpus Christi which is a small hospital and orphanage. The need for health care
This is a new project with a goal to provide no-cost, quality education to impoverished children in Kitwe's Zamtan Compound. We invite you to help give these children the opportunity for a brighter future.
Ogan Elementary School is in a rural farming community in Ogun State, southwest Nigeria. The school consisted of 6, sixty year old clay-built classrooms which left the 200 pupils cramped in 2 classrooms. Instead of sending them computers, the school
(Quebec Africa Nunavik) At QAN Network we are committed to elevate the dignity and life purpose for every person we encounter. We do this through: 1. Leadership Development: mentoring, seminar training, internship programs, exposure to world cultures in the mission field. 2. Personal
Youth Bible Camp and Christian-based Hockey Camp! Canadian Inuit youth are deserving, as are their single parents and grandparents who raise them. They too deserve to see their child get a ‘leg up’ in life. When you live thousands of miles