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October 14, 2008

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Christmas Gift Box Fund

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The Difference You Make

  • 2008 Report
    We helped over 150 kids and teens as well as 30 families (with food). This year we were able to get the names and ages of the children so that we could make the gifts more age appropriate. It was a great service to the the people especially during this economic crises the world is facing. Thanks for you help to make Christmas possible for so many.
  • 2007 Report
    In 2007 we were able to partner with the Good Mother's Good Children ministry in Sandanski to help about 25 Children in their organization. Additionally, we worked with Samaritan's help (a Bulgarian Foundation) to take clothes, food and gifts helping another 10 families with about 30 Kids. Additionally, we helped another 7 families in that area that folks from our church had contacts with and knew needed some help.
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