Projects
March 5, 2018 White Cross – Philippine Kits
[pie chart]18%Support Raised
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GoalThe goal of this project is to help 4 Christian mission centers in the Philippines minister to women and children struggling with poverty and unemployment.
SummaryThis White Cross project seeks to raise $7,843 annually for 4 Christian Mission Centers.
DescriptionWhite Cross supports four Christian centers in the Philippines: The Antique Christian Center, Development Ministries, Veterans Village Family and Community Center and Convention of the Philippine Baptist Churches. These are safe places where women and children affected by poverty can receive help. They offer before and after school programs for children and job training for their mothers. These programs are in need of basic supplies that will be combined into kits for baby layettes, sewing, basic health and hygiene and school supplies. This project will improve the lives of the dozens of families who come to the centers for material help and spiritual guidance. Please share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
Suggested GiftsExample of what your gift cold provide. $2 provides one Sewing Materials Kit, including one yard of material. $3 provides one School Kit, including scissors, a box of crayons, a pencil and a pencil sharpener. $4 provides one Health Kit, including a comb, washcloth, toothbrush, towel and a bar of soap. $4 provides one Sewing Kit, including two spools of thread, scissors, straight pins and sewing machine needles. $8 provides one Baby Layette, including a baby gown, two t-shirts, a baby blanket and two cloth diapers.
Prayer RequestsPray for the many impoverished families that they will reach out to one of the centers and discover that Christians in other countries care about them Pray for the staff and volunteers as they seek to share the love of God in meaningful and practical ways.
Managed ByLeslie Turley