"In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.' " Acts 20:35
As ONE27 Foundation we are asking that you would help The Mission to get ahead just a little this Christmas
This past year the Mission has had to be month by month regarding the budget. The goal was to send them about $15000 a month. This year they have skimmed by on $10,000 a month. This has not been easy with all of the changes that had to be made to the Mission grounds to stay open, along side of providing for the daily needs of the kids.
We as ONE27 would like them to be able to sleep a bit easier and breath a bit deeper knowing that they are loved, supported and provided for. We don't want them to do without Zoo trips, or Ice Cream nights, or not being able to pay a national staff person that can make the work load a little lighter all because the funds just are not there.
For the first time, due to some incredible donors, Sela has a brand new chair made specifically for her. Sela has been such a challenge to work with over the past years due to her discomfort and she was overall unhappy. Since she has received her new chair she is happy and smiling all the time! There were some funds left over and we are getting a new chair for Eddie as well, but we are about $3000 short.
All that is to say, that if by getting more donors, then we will have more money to pull from to not only do the fun stuff, but we can also get more new chairs for the kids, CT brain scans for Nilse, surgeries and so much more. The goal is not more money, the goal is to raise the quality of life for these incredible kids.
We are so thankful for the handful of donors and churches that have made this past year possible! But, we need more donors. The funds we need are not sustainable longterm by so few people.
We can make a huge difference in the lives of these kids by giving just a little. Join us by giving a onetime monetary gift this Christmas and if you can... Why not keep it going all year long.