Connection Outreach has delivered the first load of tarps and supplies to Puerto Rico.
We want to thank Premier Jet Training for flying these supplies in for us.
And THANK YOU ALL for your Prayers and Support.
"There is no way to measure the impact we can have by touching the life of another."“
34 Then will the King say to those on his right, Come, you who have the blessing of my Father, into the kingdom made ready for you before the world was:
35 For I was in need of food, and you gave it to me: I was in need of drink, and you gave it to me: I was wandering, and you took me in;
36 I had no clothing, and you gave it to me: when I was ill, or in prison, you came to me.
37 Then will the upright make answer to him, saying, Lord, when did we see you in need of food, and give it to you? or in need of drink, and give it to you?
38 And when did we see you wandering, and take you in? or without clothing, and give it to you?
39 And when did we see you ill, or in prison, and come to you?
40 And the King will make answer and say to them, Truly I say to you, Because you did it to the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.
Matthew 25:34-40 (BBE)
In so many places there is little to no hope for individuals to find any kind of opportunity to provide themselves with a better life. By developing a network of charity partners our goal is to provide resources and education aiding communities in the production of goods and services, providing them with opportunity for a brighter future..
H.O.P.E. Charity Network
The Hope Charity Network is being developed to assist charities on a global scale to provide financial support and resources where they are needed most.
With the thousands of charities that exist through the world many donors are unsure which charity can best meet the needs for the donors intended giving. In the U.S. often most of the donation for disasters are given to organizations such as the Red Cross or other nationally recognized charities. Unfortunately much of those donations never reach the victims due to the overwhelming magnitude of the disaster or the cost of administration needed to keep these organization up and operational. The Hope Charity Network believes that providing funding to hundreds of charities that are already working in the affected area an have a ready available volunteer force can be much more effective in providing assistance.
The Hope Charity Network welcomes all Charities to participate. We desire to coordinate with our charity partners to direct donor giving directly to our partners based on their ability to best meet the needs in their area.
We are in the process of launching a global network to allow charities to register and describe their charity mission under the four categories H.O.P.E. Health, Opportunity, Provision, and Education. Each charity will be assigned their area of focus which may under 1 up to all 4 areas depending on the charities ability.
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H.O.P.E. ON THE WAY
Most of us are fortunate enough to have access to healthcare, but in many places a simple health need can become life threatening. Our goal is to develop health centers within communities to educate as well as provide at the very least basic health care services.
Haiti Redevelopment Project 2016
New economic development zone NW region of Haiti
Education in many countries is taken for granted. In other regions of the world the ability to learn is not possible because there are no schools or teachers.
"Without education people suffer"
Our goal is to bring education to communities allowing for the development of business opportunities and jobs an a better way of life.
HURRICANE RELIEF FOR PUERTO RICO
BLUE TARP RELIEF FUND
Recent Hurricanes have caused destruction on an apocalyptic scale throughout the Caribbean. South Florida was hit with devastating wind destroying much of the Florida Keys. In an effort to get direct assistance to the victims of Puerto Rico, Connection Outreach has partnered with Premier Jet Services and a Hurricane Responses Suppliers to buy bulk quantities of Blue Tarps and Sandbags at Wholesale Pricing. Premier Jests has offered to fly these Tarps to Puerto Rico for us. We can send a 30 x 50 Tarp for $80 or 40 x 60 tarp for $100. These tarps currently sale for $120 and $160 at Home Depot and Lowes. You can HELP by donating to this relief effort by click on the link below. The Jets will carry about 60,000 Sq Ft of Tarps. $3500 will pay for a full payload of Tarps.
PLEASE HELP BY SENDING YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE GIFT TO CONNECTION OUTREACH . THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Connection Outreach Ministry
Providing for the initial need is critical, but we need to help communities transition from dependence to self sustainability. Our goal is to meet the immediate need while training and equipping communities to become self-sufficient.