Giving Tuesday: Double your money!

November 23rd, 2018 Posted by News No Comment yet

Invest £75 in young change makers this #GivingTuesday and double your money!

Tuesday 27th November is #GivingTuesday! It’s also the day we’re kicking off with our next Impact Team training event in Zambia. We run these 2 or 3 times a year to engage and equip new team members like to become village missionaries. Pictured above are Rhoda, Fred, Kenny and Gertrude who have all taken part in recent training events.

This time around, 16 young, up-and-coming team members will be partaking in the 4 day course and we’re very excited about what God has planned for them. We want to invest in these young people and give them the tools and training they need to develop their skills and help them flourish and grow into great community leaders.

Invest £75 in young change makers

It’s costs just £75 to cover training, resources, travel and lodging for each team member for the entirety of the 4 days. We’re looking for 16 sponsors to donate the cost of 1 place each (£75) with a total of £1,200 being invested in young leaders.

Double your money

Donate on our Paypal charity page on #GivingTuesday and Paypal will match your gift meaning you will double your money and double your impact! The total amount Paypal will match fund is capped, so be sure to give your gift early in the day.

Pray, make a note, join in on #GivingTuesday

  • We’d love you to pray about whether this is something God is asking you to do.
  • If it is, make a note in your diary to make the donation on Tuesday morning.
  • On Tuesday morning, head over to our Paypal charity page and donate £75, which, for 1 day only will sponsor 2 young change makers!

What these young leaders learn and build during these courses is fundamental to our mission as a charity, igniting passion about the work God has called them to do. Each person that attends is likely to plant 15 new Life Groups in the next year, affecting the lives of over 300 people and helping them to transform both their lives and the wider community.

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