Help Build a Home of Hope for a family in need!
$490 raised
98% of $500 goal
7 contributors
4 Years running
The community we are helping is unique in that the residents are immigrants from southern Mexico. There is no running water or natural gas service. The local wage is about $6.00 for a full day of labor. The roads are dirt and in very poor ...
On Behalf of my daughter, Ashley McGrew...
The community of we are helping is unique in that the residents are immigrants from southern Mexico. There is no running water or natural gas service. The local wage is about $6.00 for a full day of labor. The roads are dirt and in very poor condition. While the parents are working, the kids take care of eachother. Most families do not own homes, but live in one room structures that are typically made of plastic, tarps, cardboard and canvas. I am part of a team of students from Linfield High School whose desire is to help one family change the direction of their future by not just building a house, but providing them with a home, safe from the winds and rains and bad people around them. I would love for you to be a part of what God is going to do on this mission’s trip. You can help us by praying for our team over the next month as we prepare, as well as when we are on the trip. Please pray that He will keep us safe and healthy; and most of all, that he will work in our hearts and the hearts of the people we are serving. We want to see people come to Jesus! Another way you can support us is financially. Our first goal is to raise $5375.00, which covers the cost of building the house. Any additional funds will go towards lowering the cost for each student to go on the trip. (The cost per student is currently $375.) If you are lead to contribute in this way we would very much appreciate it! Thank you so much!
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